Really nice. A few days ago I took two of our dCache storage boxes that we use amongst other things for the LHC data and LOFAR data etc. What I did is that I have installed ocis-beta4 on one of them and I took the scripts that we have used in the past for the acceptance tests for our storage machines. Those scripts use gridftp but I have changed that to curl. I have let those two machines copy data to one another using curl. With 4 parallel reads and 4 parallel writes all running concurrently I got a throughput of about 1200MB/s writing and 900MB/s reading.
Hi! Michiel from Ponder Source Foundation here, we're developing the connection between Nextcloud and Reva. I have two questions:
Can we as Ponder Source Foundation (https://pondersource.org) join ScienceMesh? A part of our activity as a foundation is science and technology, especially federated data architectures like ScienceMesh, and we are a registered non-profit organization, but we're not an official part of "academia" - we don't have students / professors / scientific publications, just researchers / developers / web publications. :)
Following the 'Join' button from https://sciencemesh.io/ I end up on https://sciencemesh-test.uni-muenster.de/api/siteacc/register which seems to be password-protected? How can I get past that page to register and request an API key?