[GE users] Using qstat to determine which nodes are available

Rayson Ho raysonho at eseenet.com
Mon Mar 14 22:33:34 GMT 2005

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>(1) What all nodes exist (without showing duplicates when you
>have several different ques set up that use the same nodes)

Did you look at qhost??


>(2) What nodes are not doing anything right now 
>I've been doing this either manually by scanning down the list from qstat
>and then writing with pen on paper, or else by sending qstat output into a
>file and then using Excel to sort the file.
>There must be an easier way, but so far I'm scratching my head looking
>Jim Marconnet
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