[GE users] How to get all exec node names from a single exec host not defined as a submission host?

Olesen, Mark Mark.Olesen at arvinmeritor.com
Wed Feb 7 12:50:34 GMT 2007

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> > I'm trying to implement a function which runs on every exec host and
> > needs to know the names of all other exec hosts belonging to the
> cluster.
> > The problem is that the exec host were the function runs is not
> > defined as a submission host.
> > Is there a simple way to do this in SGE?
> The problem is that the exec host were the function runs is not
> defined
> Is there a simple way to do what I want without needing to define the
> exec nodes as administration nodes in SGE?

Our exec hosts are always defined as submission hosts as well, which means
that qconf, qstat, qhost, etc. are also available

You could either use 'qconf -sel' or parse the 'qhost' output to get what
you need.


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