sFTP provides access to your Mediaflux project data via 'mount points'. These are found under /Volumes. So navigate to /Volumes and there you will see all mount points (projects). However, you will only be able to access your own projects, so navigate inside your project with the standard sFTP commands/interface
Just use the standard sFTP commands or interface drag-and-drop components supported by whatever client you are using to upload or download your data
If your sFTP client supports parallel transfers so it has some advantage for big data. use carefully. Start with perhaps 2 parallel transfers and generally don't use more than 4. If you use large numbers of threads you will compromise your own computer as well as perhaps the server.
Usually, graphical clients like FileZilla and CyberDuck also support restarts in that they allow you to configure what to do with files that already exist on the client (your) side.
Make sure that client timeouts (e.g. FileZilla) are set to something large (or disabled) if you are dealing with large files.
data_management/mediaflux/howto/downloaddata/sftp.txt · Last modified: 2018/07/17 13:33 by Neil Killeen