[GE users] #$ flag

Rayson Ho rayrayson at gmail.com
Tue Apr 25 17:28:45 BST 2006


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Since not that many scripts have tons of SGE directives, you can
redefine the prefix string to avoid name collision...

Then write a qsub wrapper to always call the real qsub with "-C
<prefix_string>".

Rayson



On 4/25/06, Mark Casella <mark at exa.com> wrote:
> Hi Users,
>
>        Our SGE users here repeatably have tried to comment out lines in
> runscripts beginning with an environment variable. They end up not
> leaving a space between the # and $ and jobs die with misleading messages.
>
>        I'm sure this is a pretty common gotcha and I know you can redefine #$
> to be something else. I am looking for a robust suggestions that the
> average script will not accidentally create when commenting out a line.
>
> Thanks in advance for suggestions.
>
> Mark
>
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