This will be a quick one but helped me a lot last week.
I was working on an Ora-0600 issue on a 2 node RAC cluster. Working with Oracle Support I was asked to transfer a TFA data as well ADRCI data so they could move forward with the SR, very common process right?
After I generated all the files, it was over 3gb of data to be sent over. If I was to get the file from the database server to my laptop I would need to transfer these files multiple times due to the jump servers in the middle.
This time I was luck as the database server was able to ping the site https://transport.oracle.com so I tried sending the files directly to MOS.
I will show you how I did it. This is not a mistery but can really save you time
You have 2 options which are straight forward
curl -T FILE_YOU_WANT_TO_SEND -u MOS_USER https://transport.oracle.com/upload/issue/SR_NUMBER/
tfactl upload -sr SR_NUMBER -user MOS_USER FILE_YOU_WANT_TO_SEND
On both you need to provide your MOS credentials the SR number and the file you want o upload
After the upload is done, you will see in the attachments in the SR that the files is with the status like “Transferring to the SR” after a few minutes later you will see the update on the SR saying that the file was uploaded to the SR.
Hope this helps!