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#1516 fixed Fixes for aimk issues on Mac OS X dlove tourist

The OS X build is broken as aimk and arch are not properly getting the release version info. Both are using "uname -r" and this will give numbers like 13.4 rather than 10.9 or some meaningful number that's expected below. A few edits set us right however, using "sw_vers" rather than uname and dealing with the fact that OS X's deadline doesn't use -f the same way:

diff dist/util/arch ~/Downloads/sge-8.1.8/source/dist/util/arch 107d106 < osrelease=/usr/bin/sw_vers -productVersion 109c108 < i386 | x86_64) ---


114,117c113 < 10.[2-9].*) < darwin_machine=x64 < ;; < 10.10.*) ---


132d127 <

diff ~/Downloads/sge-8.1.8/source/ 39d38 < case "darwin-x64": 97,101c96 < if ( $buildarch == "darwin-x64" ) then < set JAVAC_BIN = readlink "$JAVAC_BIN" < else < set JAVAC_BIN = readlink -f "$JAVAC_BIN" < endif ---

set JAVAC_BIN = readlink -f "$JAVAC_BIN"

diff aimk ~/Downloads/sge-8.1.8/source/aimk 458a459

1090d1090 < set REL = /usr/bin/sw_vers -productVersion

A few more things will be needed still to have a successful build, but they're at later stages and will be in a different ticket.


#1523 fixed Misdetecting cgroup vs cpuset naming convention dlove wish

When USE_CGROUPS is enabled the execd can misdetect whether the cpuset controlling filesystem uses the modern cgroup naming convention (cpuset.mems, cpuset.cpus) or the older cpuset convention (mems,cpus) leading to a failure to correctly initialize the cpuset.

As per this thread: And this thread:

#1527 fixed configure script bombs out with unexpected fi dlove wish

While building gridengine from darcs source under CentOS5 (autoconf 2.59) in order to test a fix to #1525 the configure script bombed complaining about a spurious fi. This appears to be a consequence of specifying an empty command [] as the action to be taken by AC_CHECK_MEMBERS rather than either no command or a do nothing command (eg :). Anyway should be a trivial patch.

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