[GE users] email to external when job finishes

enricolavezzo laenrico at gmail.com
Tue May 11 15:42:18 BST 2010


Hi Reuti,
I have a question similar to Miguel's one.
I want SGE to send emails, and I have 'mail' software installed. I tried -m and -M SGE options, no error logs appear but I can't receive any email. Can you help me? 
thank you very much!

Enrico
 
> First it depends on the mail software you want to use. I on my own prefer postfix. And then the appropriate documentation / mailing list should be sufficient to set it up. Main idea is, that all nodes are send-only machine and use the headnode of the cluster (sometimes this is called a null-client) to relay the email to the final destination. 
> 
> - So the first setup should get it working, that the emails are received on the headndoe of the cluster (there any sender address will work).
> 
> - Implement on the nodes to change the sender (this can either be done in a mail wrapper by using -f) or in the mail software (which I prefer) using a sender_canonical entry of type regexp:
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> /^(.*@).*$/     ${1}my.fqdn.test
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> - Then users should be able to use either -M with the final address, or create a ~/.forward with the final address. This way they don't have to specify it all the times.
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> -- Reuti
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> > Thanks a lot!
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