[GE users] checking job return status in epilog script

rayson rayrayson at gmail.com
Wed Jun 10 07:40:07 BST 2009


The topic of this thread is "checking job return status in epilog
script", so the method mentioned here only applies to epilog.

If you want to get the exit status from the command line, just use the
standard way, whcih is qacct .

Rayson



On 6/10/09, madpower <prandtstetter at ads.tuwien.ac.at> wrote:
> Thanks, but in my environment this variable is not set - neither on
> execution hosts nor on submit hosts.
>
> Executing a "find"-command on $SGE_ROOT directory will not result in any
> file named something like usage.
>
> So might there be something wrong with my installation? (I have SGE 6.2)
>
> br,
> Matthias
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