[GE users] -cwd flag on Mac os and automounted directories (6.2u5)

laotsao laotsao at gmail.com
Thu Aug 26 18:04:14 BST 2010

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On 8/26/2010 1:00 PM, Sean Davis wrote:

On Thu, Aug 26, 2010 at 12:55 PM, LaoTsao ?? <laotsao at gmail.com<mailto:laotsao at gmail.com>> wrote:

should be sge_aliases

Wow!  The power and flexibility of SGE never ceases to amaze me.
yes, mastering  sge is like playing  chess
everyone can learn to play chess  in 5 min or 10 min , but take lifetime to mastering the chess


On 8/26/2010 12:48 PM, seandavi wrote:
We use automounting of directories on the Mac and one of the default mounts is /net where mounts for known servers can be mounted automatically.  In any case, that leads to directory names like:


To make this system look like the linux boxes which mount everything to /import, we soft-link from /import/abc1 to /net/example.com/export/abc1<http://example.com/export/abc1>.  This is all fine and qsub -cwd works fine if launched from a linux machine.  However, if qsub is run from a mac, the current working directory is reported as /net/example.com/export/abc1<http://example.com/export/abc1> instead of /import/abc1, even if the shell reports /import/abc1 as the current directory.  This leads to having to submit jobs from linux only.  Any suggestions for a workaround for this behavior?  Ideally, I'd like to not have to change mounting on the macs, but that might be the only way to go.


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