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Step 6: Getting your data onto the XSEDE compute resource

Once your data prep stage is done, you may want to transfer your data to your preferred XSEDE resource. Compute node 2 (compute-0-2) is directly connected to the XSEDE backbone. The preferred transfer mechanism (not just to XSEDE resources) is  Globus Online (separate but free registration required). The examples below show transfers to blacklight.psc.teragrid.org, but should apply in similar fashion to any other XSEDE resource. You can also transfer data out using  gsiscp,  scp from OpenSSH-HPN (installed under /opt/openssh-hpn/bin), or use GridFTP  to initiate a transfer from anywhere.