fts-config-set (1) - Linux Man Pages

NAME

fts-config-set

SYNOPSIS

fts-config-set [options] CONFIG [CONFIG...]

DESCRIPTION

fts-config-set is a tool for configuring SEs (storage elements) and SE groups. Each configuration is in JSON format (see details at https://svnweb.cern.ch/trac/fts3/wiki/AdminGuide)

OPTIONS


  -h --help         Print this help text and exit.
  -q --quite        Quiet operation.
  -v --verbose      Be more verbose.
  -s --service arg  Use the transfer service at the specified URL.
  -V --version      Print the version number and exit.


  --bring-online             If this switch is used the user should provide 
                       SE_NAME VALUE pairs in order to set the maximum 
                       number of files that are staged concurrently for a
                       given SE.
                       (Example: --bring-online $SE_NAME $VALUE ...)
  --drain arg                If set to 'on' drains the given endpoint.
                       (Example: --drain on|off)
  --retry arg                Sets the number of retries of each individual file
                       transfer (the value should be greater or equal to 
                       -1).
                       (Example: --retry $NB_RETRY)
  --optimizer-mode arg       Sets the optimizer mode (allowed values: 1, 2 or 
                       3)
                       (Example: --optimizer-mode 1|2|3)
  --queue-timeout arg        Sets the maximum time (in hours) transfer job is 
                       allowed to be in the queue (the value should be 
                       greater or equal to 0).
                       (Example: --queue-timeout $TIMEOUT)
  --source arg               The source SE
                       (Example: --source $SE_NAME)
  --destination arg          The destination SE
                       (Example: --destination $SE_NAME)
  --max-bandwidth arg        The maximum bandwidth that can be used (in MB/s) 
                       for the given source or destination (see --source 
                       --destination)
                       (Example: --max-bandwidth $LIMIT)
  --protocol arg             Set protocol (UDT) for given SE
                       (Example: --protocol udt $SE_NAME on|off)
  --max-se-source-active arg Maximum number of active transfers for given 
                       source SE (-1 means no limit)
                       (Example: --max-se-source-active $NB_ACT $SE_NAME)
  --max-se-dest-active arg   Maximum number of active transfers for given 
                       destination SE (-1 means no limit)
                       (Example: --max-se-dest-active $NB_ACT $SE_NAME)
  --global-timeout arg       Global transfer timeout
                       (Example: --global-timeout $TIMEOUT)
  --max-per-link arg         Global limit per link
                       (Example: --max-per-link $MAXACTIVE)
  --max-per-se arg           Global active limit per storage element
                       (Example: --max-per-se $MAXACTIVE)
  --sec-per-mb arg           number of seconds per MB
                       (Example: --sec-per-mb $SEC_PER_MB)