Once the files are received, the ssdt needs to put them back together. If possible, this should be done in the same location so the files will be sent to the processing area for automatic loading for troubleshooting (ssdt-docker-02:/data/upload.ssdt.io/uploads. In this case, the files resulting from the split command start with Fiscal-USxS-Pros-Backup_xa once uploaded. I downloaded and then combined them to re-create the backup file.
Example - in this case, we know they are usps files from Xenia. The IRN can be looked up here if it is not provided.
##Original files: docker2_xe_xaa_2019-12-03T00-52-05.040Z docker2_xe_xab_2019-12-03T00-52-36.533Z docker2_xe_xac_2019-12-03T00-52-55.323Z ##Command to put them together: cat docker2_xe_xa* > 045153xenia-uspsdb.backup.gz
The script uses the
ssdt-utils image to execute the
curl command to post the file to the SSDT's upload server at https://upload.ssdt.io/uploads. Since
curl is running inside a temporary container, the file to be sent must be within or below your current working directory. It also means you do no have to have
curl installed on your server.