[GE users] Using gridengine to administer the cluster

Reuti reuti at staff.uni-marburg.de
Tue Aug 29 12:01:43 BST 2006


Am 29.08.2006 um 09:10 schrieb Michael James:

> Is there a way of scheduling a job
>  so it gets run on each cluster node once?
> If I could do that I could use gridengine to administer
>  the cluster, nodes could pull their own updates, etc.

well, not directly. But you could of course use a bash-loop like:

for i in `seq -w 1 20`; do qsub -l hostname=node$i myupdate.sh; done

Please adjust to your hostnames, other option might be: `awk ' /192\. 
168\.151\./ { if ($2 != "master") { print $2 }} ' /etc/hosts`

-- Reuti

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