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DATA STORE USER MANUAL
Maintenance Notice for July 23, 2019

On Tuesday, July 23, CyVerse will be performing a Ceph storage upgrade from 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM MST. This is not expected to cause disruptions to the affected services. The services to be upgraded include:
- CyVerse authentication (CAS), which provides authentication to CyVerse web applications, e.g., the Discovery Environment and User Portal
- Atmosphere
- Any "Powered by CyVerse" systems or other hosted systems on Tombstone Cloud (please ask if you are unsure)
- Hosted Jupyter Notebooks on jupyter-notebook.cyverse.org

To view the maintenance times for your location: https://bit.ly/2xT1eo7

Please contact support@cyverse.org with any questions or concerns.

 

 

 

 

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Opening Archive Files in the CyVerse Data Store

It is recommended that you first unpack most archive files before you upload to the Data Store. It is possible to open Tar files using icommands. Other archive formats will be added in a future release, along with expanded functionality.

You also can access applications in the Discovery Environment General Utilities folder that allow you to compress and decompress files using gunzip, tar, bunzip, and GNU tar.

Tar

iCommands has a tool for unpacking tar archive files called ibun. Full documentation is available from the iRODS website. Here is a quick start example:

  • For this example, filename.tar is the archive and new is the new directory into which it will be unpacked:
    ibun -x filename.tar new

Zip, Bz2, or Tar.gz

You cannot currently open .zip, Bz2, or Tar.gz files once they are uploaded. You can access applications in the Discovery Environment General Utilities folder that allow you to compress and decompress files using gunzip, tar, bunzip, and GNU tar.

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  1. There are tools in the Discovery Environment implementing compression and decompression of most common file formats.