[GE users] Some questions

Reuti reuti at staff.uni-marburg.de
Fri Feb 25 09:21:22 GMT 2005


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Little misunderstanding I assume: you should of course use SGE, but only one 
time to submit the job, and make the loop/fork inside your job script. - Reuti

Quoting Arati Kadav <aratik at cse.iitk.ac.in>:

> Well the thing is that I don't want to wait for it but instead let it 
> work asynchronously and just know when it is done.
> -arati
> 
> Sean Dilda wrote:
> 
> > Arati Kadav wrote:
> >
> >> Hi,
> >>  Is it possible for 2 jobs to run on the same host (the host has only 
> >> 1 queue). The thing is that my 1 job spawns another job in the same 
> >> host. Now I want the second job to finish before the first one 
> >> returns but the second job never gets a chance as long as the first 
> >> one is running.
> >> What is the solution (except first companig the host to be sheduled 
> >> and the current host and then running directly instead of scheduling 
> >> on grid).
> >
> >
> > If its running on the same host, is there a reason you can't do a 
> > fork(), then waitpid() from the main process and just leave SGE out of 
> > the loop?
> >
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