- Obtain an iPSYCH user account.
- Use an approved* university network to connect to http://ipsych.genome.au.dk
- Follow the instructions at http://ipsych.genome.au.dk
* if unable to connect through your university network. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Importing and exporting data is done through an intermediate server for security reasons. Transferring data into the cluster isn't restricted, but we still have to go through the intermediate step, so the first thing you do is upload the data to ipsych.genome.au.dk with scp.
Now we can import it into the actual cluster, by running the
ipsych-importcommand from a session on fe2.
Now the file is available to your user from all machines, just like any other file in your home directory.
Exporting data from the cluster has restrictions, mainly to avoid accidentally making sensitive data available to unauthorized people. For importing data we used
ipsych-import, now we use the corresponding
The exported data is logged and kept indefinitely. Small files, images and graphs will be allowed to pass through automatically and you will see the message "File exported successfully" in the output. Larger files will need to be approved by an admin - you will get an email when the file has been approved and exported.
The exported files end up in the same intermediate folder that you put your import data in. To get it out you can either use scp or you can mount the folder as described in Basic Info except that you use ipsych.genome.au.dk as the address.
Data more than a month old in the import/export folder at ipsych.genome.au.dk will be deleted on a regular basis.