Talon3 file management¶
To/From Windows computer¶
To transfer files with a Windows machine, you will need an SFTP/SCP client software such as WinSCP or Cyberduck installed. When you download a client application, the application will require you to connect to Talon 3 (talon3.hpc.unt.edu). Once logged in, you can use the file transfer window within the program to drag and drop files between local (your personal computer) and remote (Talon 3) machines.
To/From Mac/Linux computer¶
To transfer files to and from a cluster on a Linux/Mac machine, you may use the terminal application and the secure copy (scp) command or secure file transfer protocol (sftp). The following is an example of uploading a file foo.f to Talon 3 from your local machine:
scp foo.f talon3.hpc.unt.edu
You can download files from Talon3 to your local machine.
scp talon3.hpc.unt.edu:/home/EUID/foo.f ./
To recursively copy an entire directory foo from inside directory project_foo in your home directory on Talon 3 to the current working directory on localhost, use the following command:
scp -rp talon3.hpc.unt.edu:/home/EUID/project_foo ./
Using rclone with OneDrive¶
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