[GE users] PVM tight integration

Davide Cittaro daweonline at gmail.com
Tue Apr 11 20:53:44 BST 2006


On Apr 11, 2006, at 9:45 PM, Reuti wrote:
>
> You mean  send "from" GE I hope, as $TMPDIR is set by SGE to  
> $JOB_ID.$SGE_TASK_ID.$QUEUE and to be used in the scripts and jobs.

:-) Let's say that my English is not that good!

>
>> export PVM_TMP=$TMPDIR as qrsh is launched...
>
> The original idea was to set it to \$TMPDIR, as under 5.3 the name  
> was different on all slave nodes and included the name of the local  
> queue there. The \ prevents the interpretation on the head/master  
> node of the parallel job, and it will be set on the slave node(s)  
> instead. Under 6.0 there shouldn't be any difference, as long as  
> all slots come from the same cluster queue.

Checking better tomorrow, then.
Thanks again!

d

>
> -- Reuti
>
>
>> I tried to do something like:
>>
>> $ qrsh "env FOO=5"
>>
>> and I see the $FOO correctly assigned...
>> I'm pretty new to SGE, which are the ways one can send/get  
>> variables in qsub/qrsh?
>>
>> Thanks
>>
>> d
>>
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