This is the command dpm-reservespace that can be run in the OnWorks free hosting provider using one of our multiple free online workstations such as Ubuntu Online, Fedora Online, Windows online emulator or MAC OS online emulator
dpm-reservespace - reserve space
dpm-reservespace --gspace size_guaranteed_space [ --ac_latency access_latency ] [ --gid
group_ids ] [ --group group_names ] [ --help ] [ --lifetime space_lifetime ] [ --poolname
pool_name ] [ --ret_policy retention_policy ] [ --s_type space_type ] [ --si ] [
--token_desc u_token ]
dpm-reservespace reserves space.
desired size of guaranteed space in bytes. The number may also have a suffix k, M,
G, T or P to indicate kB, MB, GB, TB or PB respectively.
specifies the access latency requested. It can be O (for ONLINE) or N (for
if not zero, the space is restricted to this comma separated list of group gids.
If the caller does not belong to the group, it must have ADMIN privileges. By
default, the space is reserved for the user if the requester has a proxy without
VOMS extension or for the group if the requester has a proxy with VOMS extension.
if set, the space is restricted to this comma separated list of group names. If
the caller does not belong to the group, it must have ADMIN privileges.
specifies the desired space lifetime relative to the current time. It can be "Inf"
(for infinite) or expressed in years (suffix 'y'), months (suffix 'm'), days
(suffix 'd'), hours (suffix 'h') or seconds (no suffix).
if set, the space is reserved in that disk pool.
specifies the retention policy requested. It can be R (for Replica), O (for Output)
or C (for Custodial).
s_type specifies the type of space requested. It can be V (for Volatile), D (for Durable),
P (for Permanent) or - (for any).
specifies the user provided description associated with the request.
--si use powers of 1000 not 1024 for sizes.
dpm-reservespace --gspace 10G --lifetime 1d --token_desc myspace
This program returns 0 if the operation was successful or >0 if the operation failed.
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