Htcp command

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htcp is part of a family of Unix commands for performing file operations on remote HTTP and HTTPS fileservers. The htcp man page ( explains the command syntax in detail, along with htls, htll, htrm, htmkdir and htmv.

These commands search the standard X.509 File Locations for a client certificate to use.

In particular, these commands provide client-side support for the GridSite extensions to the Apache web server, include GSI proxies, authorization by X.509 certificate, PUT / DELETE / MOVE support, and GridHTTP bulk data transfers.