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#1545 invalid SGE Buffering Python Output agrothberg
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For some reason SGE seems to buffer the output from Python. see: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/9876967/sge-script-print-to-file-during-execution-not-just-at-the-end or: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/26667008/sge-how-to-see-the-output-in-real-time

When I run this shell script:

echo "hello"
PYTHONUNBUFFERED=1 python -u hello_world_delay.py

with this python script:

import time
print "Hello world"

time.sleep(10)

print "Hello world"

I see the first hello printed by the shell script but I do not see the Python output at all until Python is done running.

#1558 invalid Re: [SGE-bugs] darcs patch: aimk changes needed for cygwin compile dlove
Description

Thanks for the patch, but can you tell me how the build fails without it? It wasn't necessary when I last built with Cygwin, so I assume it's a recent change and wonder if it will fail with older Cygwin.

In case you're interested in Cygwin support more generally, I have changes to build the "native" MS Windows components, but that fails because there are a few functions missing that came from the obsolete SUA library. I can make those changes available if you or anyone else wants to work on that; I'm not sure why I didn't push them to the repo. I also had problems running execd under Cygwin, but never seriously tried to debug it.

#1564 invalid md5 sums for downloadable RPMs dlove futurity
Description

Hi,

I was wondering if you happened to have the md5sums for the CentOS / RedHat? RPMs?

My boss is very careful when it comes to installing software and wants to make sure the RPMs in your repository are the ones that you expect them to be, and haven’t been modified by a hacker since you uploaded them. Hence the md5sums to prove that they haven’t been tampered with.

Sorry if these are already available on your website, but I was unable to see them.

Kind regards

Neil

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