Scommands Tutorial. By: Roman Olschanowsky email@example.com. Scommands. Command line access to the SRB Download then compile from http://www.sdsc.edu/srb/index.php/Scommands (make sure you get non-encrypted client only, as well as correct version that matches server version)
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By: Roman Olschanowsky
(in SRB version 3.3.1 or higher)
Enter your current SRB password:
Successfully wrote ~/.srb/.srbAuthFile
Remove (no longer needed) ~/.srb/.MdasAuth?:y
'ENCRYPT1' – random message encrypted with your password between clients & servers.
'GSI_AUTH' - Use the Globus GSI authentication scheme.
'GSI_DELEGATE' - Use the GSI Delegation (proxy) certificate for authentication. The advantage is that this certificate can be passed from server to server whereby the user's identity continues to be maintained across servers and across zones. This scheme solves the cross zone authentication issues.
'GSI_SECURE_COMM' - Use the GSI authentication scheme and use the GSI I/O library for all socket communication between client and server.
SRB: (.MdasEnv file or env vars)
‘/C=US/O=NPACI/OU=SDSC/UID=srb/CN=Storage Resource Broker/Emailfirstname.lastname@example.org’
2. Some basics
4. Wait, how many are there?
5. Lets try one
6. Download and Upload a directory
8. Some user defined meta data
9. Rodger….Signing off