[GE users] SGE questions
Mark.Olesen at arvinmeritor.com
Fri Mar 2 08:43:28 GMT 2007
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> I wish the umask issue could be resolved asap. Currently, in my
> environment,(v6u8) my users have to setup cron jobs to change file
> since we have no control of it. This may not be a big issue for people
> who start with SGE, but it is just one more reason for LSF user to resist
> the change.
I'm a bit confused here.
I thought that the SGE_STDOUT_PATH/SGE_STDERR_PATH files should be correctly
created before the prolog is invoked. Doesn't chmod on SGE_STDOUT_PATH and
SGE_STDERR_PATH within a prolog script work?
And if a cron job can be used to fix up file permissions afterwards, surely
an epilog could do the same - but more efficiently, since it already has the
In general, I would suspect though that the rest of the group probably
should not have write permission on the files before a job has completed.
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