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If you cannot start qmon because of a missing library or qstat exits with error, you .zshrc could be the reason. To test if that is the case add If you cannot start {{{qmon}}} because of a missing library or {{{qstat}}} exits with error, you {{{.zshrc}}} could be the reason. To test if that is the case add
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if [ ! ""$HOST = lc3 -o ! ""$HOST = lc4 ]; then if [ ! ""$HOST = lc3 -a ! ""$HOST = lc4 ]; then
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After this modification you should see the line "logged into batch cluster submit host --> ignored .zshrc" when logging into the cluster.

Execute
{{{. /usr/sge/default/common/settings.sh}}}
again and see if {{{qmon}}} and {{{qstat}}} work. If it does now, your custom settings have been the problem.

BIRD -- ZSH environment problems

Some settings in your .zshrc can influence the operation of the BIRD environment setup script /usr/sge/default/common/settings.sh

If you cannot start qmon because of a missing library or qstat exits with error, you .zshrc could be the reason. To test if that is the case add

if [ ! ""$HOST = lc3 -a ! ""$HOST = lc4 ]; then

as very first line and

else
    echo " logged into batch cluster submit host --> ignored .zshrc"
fi

as very last lines in your ~/.zshrc

After this modification you should see the line "logged into batch cluster submit host --> ignored .zshrc" when logging into the cluster.

Execute . /usr/sge/default/common/settings.sh again and see if qmon and qstat work. If it does now, your custom settings have been the problem.

BatchClusterZshProblem (last edited 2009-06-16 18:32:16 by localhost)