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From Marlon Pierce <>
Subject Re: Transfering output data to a local machine
Date Wed, 14 Jan 2015 19:14:55 GMT
Questions and improvements to the Ansible playbooks are welcome. These 
are not currently part of the Airavata release but we'd like to bring 
them in.


On 1/14/15 2:10 PM, Raminder Singh wrote:
> Here is a airavata server setup document which need some work before we can post it on
Wiki. Please provide feedback so it can be available on wiki for other developers.
> You can also use Ansible playbook to deploy airavata.
> If you look into gfac-config.xml and output handlers, you will be able to understand
the ssh key configurations etc.
> Thanks
> Raminder
> On Jan 13, 2015, at 3:21 PM, Dananji <> wrote:
>> Thanks Raman.
>> I'm planning on using the 0.14 version. Is there any documents available that will
show how it could be set up?
>> From: Raminder Singh
>> Sent: ‎13/‎01/‎2015 02:39 AM
>> To:
>> Subject: Re: Transfering output data to a local machine
>> You can setup a SSH public key on the local machine for Airavata to transfer outputs
to your local machine. Which Airavata server you are using?
>> Output data movement is part of Output handlers in GFAC and you can look at that
code. I am not sure about your use case about trigger but Triggers can be supported by status
messages sent to RabbitMQ.
>> Thanks
>> Raminder
>> On Jan 12, 2015, at 2:32 AM, Sachith Withana <> wrote:
>>> Hi all,
>>> When an experiment is run, how can we copy the output file to an specified location
( ideally to my local machine)?
>>> I also want to trigger an event when the output is copied. Can you please let
me know which output handler is being used to achieve this in Gfac?
>>> -- 
>>> Thanks,
>>> Sachith Withana

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