[GE users] SunGrid Engine & BLAST

Rayson Ho raysonho at eseenet.com
Fri Jan 14 00:41:22 GMT 2005

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On the master host, do:

% ps -aux | grep sge_commd|grep -v grep

You should see something like:

% ps -aux | grep sge_commd|grep -v grep
root      586   0.0  0.0    66804    208  ??  S    22Dec04   6:11.30 

It you don't get anything, you should run the rcsge script in
$SGE_ROOT/default/common to start the SGE daemons.

If commd is running, then you should check if the the port is in the
listening state, and you should get something like:

% netstat -an | grep $COMMD_PORT
tcp4       0      0  *.1029        *.*         LISTEN

(for me, port 1029 is my commd port)

And also, make sure the commd port is the same across the cluster.

And if commd port is less than 1024, you need to start the SGE daemons as


>How do i check that?
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