[GE users] Starting beta testing of HTTPi-xmlqstat.
jjh at 42quarks.com
Mon Nov 9 13:12:38 GMT 2009
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Thanks for the pointer. The architecture is darwin-x86 (for OS X 10.5
on Intel). And yes the DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH also needs to be set (to
$SGE_ROOT/sge/lib/darwin-x86. However, I got things going just by
setting the environment before running httpi which works for me.
Now I have nice pretty pictures of qstat output which will be much
friendler for my users.
On Mon, Nov 9, 2009 at 10:23 PM, olesen
<Mark.Olesen at emcontechnologies.com> wrote:
>> Nearly there! I've got /xmlstat to show some useful output. By editing
>> the config.xml file I got our sge setup listed. However, whenever I
>> click on any of the icons for our grid (we only have one, default) I
>> get the following error:
>> Resource Not Found
>> Resource /xmlqstat/summary~default ? for cluster default (SGE_ROOT=/sge)
>> Could not resolve command in /sge/bin/
>> qstat -xml -u * -r -f -explain aAcE -F load_avg,num_proc
>> The value for SGE_ROOT is correct. The binaries for qstat are actually
>> in /sge/bin/darwin-x86 so I symlinked qstat to /sge/bin.
>> SGE_ROOT=/sge /sge/bin/qstat -xml works fine from command line for me.
>> Thanks so much for your help getting this setup. Any ideas what I've done wrong?
> Yup. You are using darwin, for which I have no idea how to support.
> But with your help we'll soon add it.
> The first question: Do you need to export LD_LIBRARY_PATH or equivalent
> for any of the GridEngine stuff to work? According to GridEngine
> 'settings.sh' script it could be that only Linux and SunOS work with
> The problem on Linux is that we can have a x86_64 machine, but only have
> x86 GridEngine binaries installed. The code in httpi-modules/uservar.in
> has that bit of logic.
> Can you tell me what we need there for darwin?
> Or should we just have people provide their SGE_ARCH as part of the
> configure process? It might be easier. But what about the
> LD_LIBRARY_PATH stuff?
> What would you like to see here?
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