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This document provides examples on how to upload files to Cloudstor for TERN in more detail with specific examples.

You need specific access to the upload folder to edit the files.

explain Read access vs Read/Write access for specific users

explain directories availble in Shared folder in Cloudstor

Upload files to Cloudstor

Generic command explained in detail for the options

What you will see in the command window, during and finally

Retries for incorrectly transferred files by Rclone

Where is my local data

Example with a real time directory


rclone copy --transfers 36 --progress --checksum --checkers 48 --timeout 0 source-dir/ AARNET:dest_dir/

In this command --transfers is used and set to perform 36 concurrent transfers from source-dir to dest-dir on the remote AARNET location.

The --checkers option is used to increase the number of tasks that are checking to see if the file already exists on the remote. It should be greater than transfers to make sure that transfers is kept at capacity.

The --checksum option is used to skip files if they already exist based on checksum, not mod-time and size.

You can tweak the number of transfers based on the files that are being copied, but be aware that you will hit a limit.

A complete list of additional options that can be passed to Rclone can be found at https://rclone.org/flags/

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