[gridengine users] Default Submit Directory & Shell
jfarran at uci.edu
Fri Jun 1 00:40:16 UTC 2012
Cool! A lot easier than I thought.
So a default shell can also be specified so that the batch script line "#$ -S /bin/bash" can be omitted?
On 05/31/2012 02:11 PM, Rayson Ho wrote:
> May be you can try sge_request, which sets the default request profiles:
> On Thu, May 31, 2012 at 5:04 PM, Joseph Farran<jfarran at uci.edu> wrote:
>> First, I like to give my sincere Thank You to Rayson Ho and all others who
>> graciously give of their time here to help the OGE community. Really
>> appreciated folks!
>> My understanding of OGE qsub for batch jobs is that it defaults to the home
>> directory for standard out& error files.
>> To change the default output location with a batch script, one can use the
>> OGE directive:
>> #$ -cwd
>> Which will change to the current working directory, the directory where the
>> OGE submitted batch file resides.
>> My question is, can this be set as a default in OGE instead of the home
>> directory? So that if batch scripts omit "#$ -cwd", that this will be
>> automatically added and not have the output default to the home directory?
>> I realize that a batch script may have a "cd /here" or "cd /there", but if a
>> "cdw" is added early in the batch script, then any user "cd /here" or "cd
>> /there" would then overwrite the first "cdw".
>> So the question is: Can the default *not* be the home directory, but rather
>> Same question for having to specify a shell with a batch script.
>> #$ -S /bin/bash
>> Can "/bin/bash" be set as the default shell if none are specified with "$ -S
>> Thank you,
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>> users at gridengine.org
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