[GE users] unset in settings.sh

Ron Chen ron_chen_123 at yahoo.com
Thu Jun 15 19:43:15 BST 2006


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settings.sh is created by "create_settings.sh".

Can you open an issue? And if you can supply a patch for this
problem, that's even better!!

 -Ron


--- John Marshall <John.Marshall at ec.gc.ca> wrote:
> Because of the way that unset behaves in sh/ksh/...
> it is probably not a good idea to do 'unset NAME'
> without first checking of its existence. I had a
> user who traps errors and when the settings.sh
> file was sourced, the unset operations (e.g.,
> unset SGE_QMASTER_PORT) resulted in an exit status
> of 1 (Linux, AIX). ksh on IRIX does not present a
> problem for compatibility reasons (see ksh man
> page).
> 
> Thanks,
> John
> 
>
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