The Shared Files feature is based on PHFS Storage to store shared files. Group members are able to browse shared files and able to upload files for sharing with other group members.
It lists files and directories with columns of
Last Modified. The list can be sorted by these columns.
<Directory>/: navigate into the directory by clicking it.
Some directories are created by PrimeHub automatically, such as
<File>: there are actions we can perform over files.
View file: view the file in an new tab if the file format is supported. E.g. image, text and notebook(.ipynb).
Copy PHFS URI: URI looks like
/); which can be used in Jobs.
Upload to pop up an uploader.
Click or drag files to start uploading them.
During uploading, the progress bar will show the progress of uploading.
We can click
Upload in Background to move the uploading action to the background.
Once the uploading is done, the file will be listed in the
Shared Files page.
OK to close the dialogue or click/drag to upload additional files.
Uploaded files can been only accessed by same group; please confirm the selected working group if files are not listed.
Firstly, click the
Then input the name of sub-directory and click
Example of typing the
The nested directories won't be created until a file is uploaded into, in other words, when showing
No data, at this moment, no directories is created yet.
Create/Update a Dataset
Shared Files is the whole files storage and the Datasets is the specified collection of files that based on the
We can directly choose some files or directories from the
Shared Files list, it will pop-up dialogue to
Create new dataset or
Add to existing dataset.
Create new dataset
Create new dataset, it will pop-up dialogue and we can input the
Dataset Name, specify
Tags, and view the file contents.
Dataset Name: name of the dataset.
Tags: tags of the dataset.
Contents: the file contents of the current creation.
After specifying the values, click
image-test is created successfully.
Add to existing dataset
In addition to creating a new dataset from the
Shared Files, we can also add the files to an existing dataset.
Add to existing dataset, it will pop-up dialogue and we can select the existing dataset and view the file contents.
View selectable datasets. Here we select
We can add files to the
cv-test dataset directly or even add a sub-directory to the
cv-test dataset by clicking the
Input the sub-directory name
view and click
Ensure the update location and file contents are correct, click
Add files to Dataset.
cv-test is updated successfully.