Commit 6b500ec5 authored by Lisa Gerhardt's avatar Lisa Gerhardt

cleaned up whitespace

parent 1edef42c
......@@ -71,7 +71,7 @@ retieved in a single pass in the order they are on the tape. NERSC has
a script to help you generate an ordered list for retrieval called
```hpss_file_sorter.script```.
??? tip "Generating a sorted list for retrieval"
??? tip "Generating a sorted list for retrieval"
To use the script, you first need a list of fully qualified
file path names and/or directory path names. If you do not
already have such a list, you can query HPSS using the
......@@ -80,7 +80,7 @@ a script to help you generate an ordered list for retrieval called
```
hsi -q 'ls -1 <HPSS_files_or_directories_you_want_to_retrieve>' 2> temp.txt
```
(for csh replace "2>" with ">&"). Once you have the list of files, feed it to the sorting script:
```
......@@ -123,7 +123,7 @@ and lead to longer transfer times, increasing the possibility
of transfer interruptions. Generally it's best to aim for file
sizes in the 100 - 500 GB range. You can use "tar" and "split"
to break up large aggregates or large files into 500 GB sized
chunks:
chunks:
```tar cvf - myfiles* | split -d --bytes=500G -
my_output_tarname.tar.```
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......@@ -215,7 +215,7 @@ charged for the duration of the data transfer. The xfer jobs can be
monitored via “squeue -M escori”. The number of running jobs for each
user is limited to the number of concurrent HPSS sessions (15).
!!! warn
!!! warn
Do not run computational jobs in the xfer queue.
??? example "Edison transfer job"
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