Monday, January 18, 2010


Using Grid Engine

You should now enter the command:

   source /gridware/sge/default/common/settings.csh

if you are a csh/tcsh user or

   # . /gridware/sge/default/common/

if you are a sh/ksh user.

This will set or expand the following environment variables:

   - $SGE_ROOT         (always necessary)
   - $SGE_CELL         (if you are using a cell other than >default<)
   - $SGE_CLUSTER_NAME (always necessary)
   - $SGE_QMASTER_PORT (if you haven't added the service >sge_qmaster<)
   - $SGE_EXECD_PORT   (if you haven't added the service >sge_execd<)
   - $PATH/$path       (to find the Grid Engine binaries)
   - $MANPATH          (to access the manual pages)

Grid Engine messages

Grid Engine messages can be found at:

   /tmp/qmaster_messages (during qmaster startup)
   /tmp/execd_messages   (during execution daemon startup)

After startup the daemons log their messages in their spool directories.

   Qmaster:     /gridware/sge/default/spool/qmaster/messages
   Exec daemon: <execd_spool_dir>/<hostname>/messages

Grid Engine startup scripts

Grid Engine startup scripts can be found at:

   /gridware/sge/default/common/sgemaster (qmaster)
   /gridware/sge/default/common/sgeexecd (execd)

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