xpbsmon now works with Tcl 8.4 (was RE: [torqueusers] Compiling
garrick at usc.edu
Sat Jan 14 19:12:49 MST 2006
On Sat, Jan 14, 2006 at 03:30:30PM -0800, Bernard Li alleged:
> Turns out it was actually a pretty simple fix. I have attached a patch which fixes the issue and also add some more functionalities (like adding "ntype" and "status" to the Node Properties info).
> Since this is a feature addition, I don't know if you guys want to pump up the version number for xpbsmon, I will leave it up to the developers.
> The "status" line is pretty long, it might be good to have it wrapped, if someone has a good solution, feel free to fix it.
> This was tested on both tcl 8.3 and tcl 8.4 and is known to work on RHEL4u2 x86. I'd appreciate it if folks on other distroes can try it out and let me know if there are any issues.
> The patch is meant to be used on the source tree, but if you have an installed version of TORQUE, you can also patch it by doing the following:
> 1) cd $PBS_HOME/lib/xpbsmon
> 2) patch -p3 < xpbsmon.patch
> This patch probably will work on almost all versions of TORQUE as I don't think the xpbsmon code has been touched for ages.
Checked in and thanks for stepping up!
Garrick Staples, Linux/HPCC Administrator
University of Southern California
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