[GE users] Installing SGE V6 on Linux - missing sgebdb script

David C. Kovar kovar at 1srg.org
Wed Nov 3 00:21:22 GMT 2004


Greetings,

Sorry, this was the pre-compiled binaries. 

I then did the same install without setting up the DB server and the default
directory was correctly populated. 

So for the moment I'm fine. I'll try with the DB server again later.

-David


-----Original Message-----
From: raysonho at eseenet.com [mailto:raysonho at eseenet.com] 
Sent: Tuesday, November 02, 2004 3:52 PM
To: users at gridengine.sunsource.net
Subject: Re: [GE users] Installing SGE V6 on Linux - missing sgebdb script


Did you compile from source?? Or are you using the pre-compiled packages??

Rayson


>I'm trying to do a fresh install of SGE V6 on a Linux system. I went with
>the Berkeley DB option via a server. The setup for the server went well
>enough until it came time to copy the init scripts from sge_root/defaults
to
>/etc/init.d. Turns out that the defaults directory was never populated. 
>
>I looked through the source tree and couldn't find the scripts there
either
>so am rather stuck.
>
>Is there an updated version of the installation package available or can
>someone simply send me whatever scripts are supposed to be in that
>directory?
>
>Many thanks....
>
>-David
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