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 Small files, whose size are below 10GB, can be moved using aurora'​s frontend. Small files, whose size are below 10GB, can be moved using aurora'​s frontend.
  
-Users of **Mathematical Physics**, as well as any other Lunarc user, can use their favorite tool to download and upload either from your own workstationthe Aurora front-end or the Aurora computing nodes. ​+Users of **Mathematical Physics**, as well as any other Lunarc user, can use their favorite tool to download and upload either from your own workstation ​or laptop to the Aurora front-end or the Aurora computing nodes. ​
 You can read about some of those tools on the [[iridium_cluster:​data| Move data to and from the Iridium Cluster]] pages. You can read about some of those tools on the [[iridium_cluster:​data| Move data to and from the Iridium Cluster]] pages.
  
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 The picture below shows the various steps. {{ :​aurora_cluster:​datamovementflowchartbiggfx.png?​600 |}} The picture below shows the various steps. {{ :​aurora_cluster:​datamovementflowchartbiggfx.png?​600 |}}
  
-==== Uploading/​Downloading data to/from an external source from Aurora ====+==== A. Uploading/​Downloading data to/from an external source from Aurora ====
   - Use your favourite download software. Some suggestions are available at [[iridium_cluster:​data|Moving data to and from Iridium]]. If the tool is not available please ask Florido to install it on ''​fs2-hep''​.   - Use your favourite download software. Some suggestions are available at [[iridium_cluster:​data|Moving data to and from Iridium]]. If the tool is not available please ask Florido to install it on ''​fs2-hep''​.
   - Use your home folder or one of the ''/​projects/​hep''​ folders as a destination folder. Any other path is not writable by your user. The ''/​tmp'' ​ folder will be deleted regularly so you should not use that. ''/​projects/​hep/​fs2''​ is accessible by everyone, while ''/​projects/​hep/​fs3''​ and ''/​projects/​hep/​fs4''​ is dedicated storage for the ATLAS project.   - Use your home folder or one of the ''/​projects/​hep''​ folders as a destination folder. Any other path is not writable by your user. The ''/​tmp'' ​ folder will be deleted regularly so you should not use that. ''/​projects/​hep/​fs2''​ is accessible by everyone, while ''/​projects/​hep/​fs3''​ and ''/​projects/​hep/​fs4''​ is dedicated storage for the ATLAS project.
  
-==== Downloading/​Uploading data to/from the GRID from Aurora ====+==== B. Downloading/​Uploading data to/from the GRID from Aurora ====
  
 For resources that can be stored on the GRID, you should definitely stage them on the Lund GRID storage instead, a few ways described at the link below, so that you can access them from all over the world in the fastest way possible. For resources that can be stored on the GRID, you should definitely stage them on the Lund GRID storage instead, a few ways described at the link below, so that you can access them from all over the world in the fastest way possible.
  
 Please read the dedicated page [[aurora_cluster:​moving_data:​grid|Moving data between GRID and Aurora]] Please read the dedicated page [[aurora_cluster:​moving_data:​grid|Moving data between GRID and Aurora]]
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