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Re: [HTCondor-users] How to transfer output file back into submission dir.

On Mon, Sep 15, 2014 at 10:24 AM, Dr. Harinder Singh Bawa
<harinder.singh.bawa@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> I am trying to see how can I change the name of output dir. test.root into adding job parameter but not sure how to do?
What you want is transfer_output_remaps. From the condor_submit manpage:

transfer_output_remaps `` name newname ; name2 newname2 ... ''

This specifies the name (and optionally path) to use when downloading
output files from the completed job. Normally, output files are
transferred back to the initial working directory with the same name
they had in the execution directory. This gives you the option to save
them with a different path or name. If you specify a relative path,
the final path will be relative to the job's initial working

name describes an output file name produced by your job, and newname
describes the file name it should be downloaded to. Multiple remaps
can be specified by separating each with a semicolon. If you wish to
remap file names that contain equals signs or semicolons, these
special characters may be escaped with a backslash. You cannot specify
directories to be remapped.


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