[GE users] question about qrsh and qsub

Rayson Ho raysonho at eseenet.com
Mon May 16 22:18:43 BST 2005

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Hmm, I think the SGE developers can answer your questions much better than

Currently, seems like you need to copy it from the build directory, at
least until someone adds qevent to "DEFAULTPROG" in scripts/distinst.


>I can certainly do that but is there some more automatic way or do I
>need to remember this step each time I do a build?  That is, I see
>qhost, qsub, qdel, etc., are all in the same directory.  How is it that
>they make it to my distribution but qevent does not?  What is it so
>special (or perhaps non-special)?
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