[GE issues] [Issue 3201] qrsh ignores -o and -e

pollinger harald.pollinger at sun.com
Wed Dec 2 18:52:07 GMT 2009


------- Additional comments from pollinger at sunsource.net Wed Dec  2 10:52:06 -0800 2009 -------
Capturing on the execution node won't work for ssh, telnet, rlogin and rsh. For these capturing is possible only on the client side.
With the builtin mechanism, capturing on the execution node is possible. To avoid inconsistencies between the external and the builtin
mechanism, would it be a solution to capture the output always on the client side?

If I look only at the builtin mechanism and assume the output gets captured on the execution node, I would expect the "-o" switch to work
like a "tee". It's an interactive job, so I need the output in my terminal window, but I also want to have everything logged to a file. The
user could add ">& /dev/null" to the command line, or qrsh/qlogin could provide a "-quiet" flag to suppresses all output.


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