[GE users] -C prefix string option

reuti reuti at staff.uni-marburg.de
Thu Dec 3 18:58:18 GMT 2009


Am 03.12.2009 um 19:45 schrieb richmaes:

> I just created a .sge_request file in my local directory and added  
> a -C #@ to it to replace the default #$.  It isn't taking effect.   
> A test line I marked as #$ -x is still causing qsub to throw an  
> error (-x is undefined).  I expect the #@ to cause qsub to ignore  
> the #$ and treat it just like a comment.
>
> If i remove the #@ and just leave the -C by itself, I get the  
> following error.
> ERROR! -C option must have argument
>
> So I know the .sge_request file is being read.
> Should -C #@ work just fine? Or am I missing something about the  
> behavior here?

Just use -C @ alone, no #.

- Reuti

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