This is the command ecaccess-ectrans-restartp 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
ecaccess-ectrans-restart - Restart an existing ECtrans transfer
ecaccess-ectrans-restart [-debug] [-gateway name] [-remote location] [-target file-name]
[-retryCount number] [-retryFrequency frequency] [-priority priority] [-lifeTime duration]
[-mailTo email] [-onSuccess] [-onFailure] [-onRetry] [-keep]
[-reject|-append|-resume|-overwrite] [-maximumDuration duration] [-minimumDuration
duration] [-minimumRate rate] ectrans-id
Allow restarting the ECtrans transfer with the ectrans-id identifier.
In order to get the list of ECtrans transfers and the corresponding ectrans-id please use
the ecaccess-ectrans-list command. If you want to setup an ECtrans transfer then use the
ecaccess-ectrans-request command which will give you an ectrans-id (this one can be kept
for a later restart).
The identifier of the ECtrans transfer to restart.
Update the name of the ECaccess Gateway.
Update the target location in the format association-name[@protocol].
Update the target file-name.
Update the number of retries.
Update the frequency of retries in seconds.
Update the transmission priority 0-99.
Update the lifetime of the transfer request. The duration is specified in [w]eeks,
[d]ays, [h]ours, [m]inutes or [s]econds (e.g. 1w or 2d).
Update the target email address.
Allow sending a mail when the transfer is successful.
Allow sending a mail when the transfer has failed.
Allow sending a mail when the transfer is retried.
-keep Allow keeping the request in the spool until the duration specified in the
-lifeTime option has passed. By default a successful transfer is removed from the
-reject Allow failing if there is an existing target file.
-append Allow appending if there is an existing target file.
-resume Allow resuming if there is an existing target file.
Allow overwriting if there is an existing target file.
Allow updating the maximum transfer duration. The duration is specified in
[w]eeks, [d]ays, [h]ours, [m]inutes or [s]econds (e.g. 10m or 1h). A value <=0
will deactivate the feature.
Allow updating the duration before to control a transmission (e.g. for the first
10 minutes ECtrans don't try to check the transfer rate, which allow not to
enforce some minimum transfer rates for very small files). The duration is
specified in [w]eeks, [d]ays, [h]ours, [m]inutes or [s]econds (e.g. 30s or 10m). A
value <=0 will deactivate the feature.
Allow updating the minimum transfer rate for a transmission (expressed in
bytes/s). This is an average value, not the transmission rate at one particular
moment in time (e.g. if a big file is stuck for 5 minutes but then transmit much
faster later on then it will not be interrupted as long as the overall transfer
rate is above the minimum). A value <=0 will deactivate the feature.
Display version number and exits.
-help Print a brief help message and exits.
-manual Prints the manual page and exits.
Number of SSL connection retries per 5s to ECMWF. This parameter only apply to the
initial SSL connection initiated by the command to the ECMWF server. It does not
apply to all the subsequent requests made afteward as it is mainly targeting
errors that can happen from time to time during the SSL handshake. Default is no
-debug Display the SOAP and SSL messages exchanged.
Restart the ECtrans transfer with the identifier 124356.
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