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pbs_stagein(3B)			      PBS		       pbs_stagein(3B)

NAME
       pbs_stagein - request that files	for a pbs batch	job be staged in.

SYNOPSIS
       #include	<pbs_error.h>
       #include	<pbs_ifl.h>

       int pbs_stagein(int connect, char *job_id, char *location,
       char *extend)

DESCRIPTION
       Issue  a	 batch request to start	the stage in of	files specified	in the
       stagein attribute of a batch job.

       A stage in batch	request	is generated and sent to the server  over  the
       connection  specified  by connect which is the return value of pbs_con-
       nect().

       This request directs the	server to begin	the stage in of	 files	speci-
       fied  in	 the job's stage in attribute.	This request requires that the
       issuing user have operator or administrator privilege.

       The argument, job_id, identifies	which job for which file staging is to
       begin.  It is specified in the form: sequence_number.server

       The  argument, location,	if not the null	pointer	or null	string,	speci-
       fies the	location where the job will  be	run and	 hence	to  where  the
       files  will  be	staged.	 The location is the name of a host in the the
       cluster managed by the server.  If the job is then directed to  run  at
       different location, the run request will	be rejected.

       The  argument,  extend,	is  reserved for implementation	defined	exten-
       sions.

SEE ALSO
       qrun(8B), qsub(1B), and pbs_connect(3B)

DIAGNOSTICS
       When the	batch request generated	by  pbs_stagein()  function  has  been
       completed  successfully	by  a  batch server, the routine will return 0
       (zero).	Otherwise, a non zero error is returned.  The error number  is
       also set	in pbs_errno.

Local							       pbs_stagein(3B)

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