[GE users] SGE local spooling

Reuti reuti at staff.uni-marburg.de
Thu Apr 10 17:10:55 BST 2008


Am 10.04.2008 um 17:39 schrieb John Hearns:
> Forgive me for a damn fool question.
> I've set up several clusters in the past with SGE local spooling,  
> which
> have worked fine.
> Normally I just set things up so that the SGE_ROOT directory is NFS
> mounted also, ie the exec hosts all NFS mount the directory with  
> the SGE
> binaries, and the complete spool directory hierarchy, even though they
> are spooling locally.
> My question is - is this access to the full spool directory strictly
> necessary? Ie will the exec daemons start up if they have access to  
> the
> binaries, but not the "real" SGE_ROOT.
> Looking at the execd startup script this should be OK, as SGE_ROOT is
> only involved in calling utilities like /util/arch
> I guess I should suck it and see...

you can have a look here:


At least the "common" I suggest to share.

-- Reuti

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