[GE users] Mac OS X inst_sge -x does not install init script

Andy Schwierskott andy.schwierskott at sun.com
Fri Oct 29 10:16:24 BST 2004


Andy,

it's there, but not in 6.0u1. It will come with 6.0u2.

Andy

> inst_sge doesn't seem to have a -rccreate flag.   When I try to use it,
> I get the usage statement instead (which doesn't include a -rccreate)
> followed by the message:
>
> The option -rccreate is not valid!
>
> This is with SGE 6.0u1.
>
> --Andy
>
>
>
> Marco Donauer wrote:
>> Andy,
>>
>> this is a new issue!
>> Appears it only on OS X?
>>
>> There is a option which can be used with the inst_sge script.
>> It's called -rccreate.
>> With inst_sge -rccreate you can generate the startup script from your
>> existing configuration.
>> The old startup scripts will be saved. In your case I would do a backup
>> of the startup script.
>>
>> Could you try this option, please?
>>
>> Regards,
>>
>> Marco
>>
>> Andy Moran wrote:
>>
>>> When I install SGE 6.0u1 on our OS X execution hosts, it asks if I want
>>> to install the init script.. I say yes.. then I get errors.    I have
>>> captured the output below.
>>>
>>> We are able to create the init scripts by hand, but it's a pain.  Is
>>> this a known issue?
>>>
>>> --Andy
>>>
>>> -----------------------------------------------
>>>
>>> execd startup script
>>> --------------------
>>>
>>> We can install the startup script that will
>>> start execd at machine boot (y/n) [y] >>
>>>
>>> cat: SGE: No such file or directory
>>> cp: SGE: No such file or directory
>>> Adding application startup to SGE
>>>
>>> Hit <RETURN> to continue >>

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