[GE users] qacct -f and archive accounting files

Shannon V. Davidson svdavidson at charter.net
Tue Sep 25 17:28:54 BST 2007


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Brett W Grant wrote:
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> I don't think that this is actually working.  I get the same results 
> with this command as I do with just the qacct command.  What I am 
> getting at is that I think that this command is displaying results 
> from the current accounting file and not the accounting.0.gz that I am 
> piping in.

If you have bash, you can always try this:

    bash -c 'qacct -f <(zcat /usr/sge/default/common/accounting.0.gz)'


or if you're running on Linux, you can try:

    zcat /usr/sge/default/common/accounting.0.gz | qacct -f /dev/fd/0


Cheers,
Shannon




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> Thanks,
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> *Darin Perusich <Darin.Perusich at cognigencorp.com>*
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> 09/25/2007 08:55 AM
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> gzcat /usr/sge/default/common/accounting.0.gz | qacct
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> Brett W Grant wrote:
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> > That works great in bash.  It doesn't work in tcsh.  Any hints on 
> how to
> > do it in tcsh?
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> > Thanks,
> > Brett Grant
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> > *Reuti <reuti at staff.uni-marburg.de>*
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> > Am 25.09.2007 um 16:24 schrieb Brett W Grant:
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> >  > I typically look at the accounting file to see how many jobs have  
> >  > been done in a week.  This works fine unless the accounting file  
> >  > roles over.  As I don't have write permissions to the directory  
> >  > where the accounting files are located, I have to copy the files  
> >  > over, unzip them and then issue the qacct command.  I would like to  
> >  > avoid the copy and unzip.  Is there a way to use the -f flag with  
> >  > zcat to get the accounting info?
> >
> > qacct -f <(zcat /usr/sge/default/common/accounting.0.gz)
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> > -- Reuti
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