[GE users] debugging tight integration

pollinger harald.pollinger at sun.com
Wed Dec 16 13:07:18 GMT 2009

On 11/19/09 16:32, fx wrote:
> Are there any general suggestions for debugging tight integration?  (I
> guess the answer is yes, but they're not easy to find in the archives.)
> I have a situation where the processes appear to be started OK by qrsh
> -inherit according to what the wrapper echoes, but aren't children of
> the shepherd when they're running. 

I don't know if this was already answered, but when a process was 
started by SGE and is not a children of the shepherd when it's running, 
then it detached itself from the shepherd.
What's the parent process ID of these processes?


> (It's actually gamess-us, using just
> what reuti provided, or an alternative, explicitly specifying the rsh
> command for gamess to use.)  I wonder why it works in Marburg and not
> Liverpool, and reuti ran out of suggestions.  Initially I thought it
> might be due to the ancient SGE currently in use although tight
> integration of openmpi, for instance, works fine; however, it's the same
> under a 6.2u2 that I tried.
> Any debugging ideas or pointers to write-ups gratefully received!
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