[GRASS-user] Copying grass rasters from one computer to another?

Jonathan Greenberg jgreenberg at arc.nasa.gov
Mon Oct 23 21:05:46 EDT 2006

Hmm, the reason I ask is that I ran a "batch process" (r.sun for every day
of the year for a large raster) distributed over 3 computers to speed it up
-- I now want to merge all the outputs back into a single directory.  What
would be the best way to do this?


On 10/23/06 5:32 PM, "Glynn Clements" <glynn at gclements.plus.com> wrote:

> Jonathan Greenberg wrote:
>> If I want to copy specific grass rasters to another computer, what files
>> need to come along?  Is there project "metadata" that exists within a grass
>> project, or are the rasters fairly self-contained?
> It's easier to copy whole mapsets, or even locations.
> A raster map can be comprised of many different files; all of the
> files have the same name, but live in different subdirectories of the
> mapset directory. The directories for a raster map are:
> cell cellhd cats colr hist cell_misc fcell g3dcell
> Most maps will only have files in a subset of those directories. Also,
> the cell_misc directory has a subdirectory for each map rather than a
> single file.

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