[GE users] Do anyone use gridengine without NFS?

reuti reuti at staff.uni-marburg.de
Wed Mar 4 10:41:14 GMT 2009


Am 04.03.2009 um 10:52 schrieb beatrubi:

> Am 03.03.09 23:41 schrieb "rayson" unter <rayrayson at gmail.com>:
>> However, SGE does not copy applications from one machine to another,
>> and it also does not handle moving STDOUT /STDERR files from the
>> execution hosts back to the submission hosts. You can, however,  
>> set up
>> file-staging to get those functionality:
> It's a bit difficult to get rid of a shared directory. The prolog  
> and epilog
> scripts are writing to the stdout and stderr files so the working  
> directory
> must allready exist. Even more you are not able to copy any logs as  
> the
> prolog script still uses the output file for it's own output.
> I have a similar problem at a customer. I plan to go the way to  
> keep NFS for
> the home directories and put the logfiles there. The processing itself
> happens on a local scratch directory which is prepared by the  
> prolog script
> and cleaned up by the epilog script.

why do you prepare local scratch directories on your own?

The environment variable $TMPDIR should exist in the prolog and  
epilog and the directory is created and destroyed by SGE. So you can  
use this directory to write your files to and put all output there to.

-- Reuti

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