[torqueusers] is there an epilogue.parallel script?

Bas van der Vlies basv at sara.nl
Wed Mar 1 03:03:37 MST 2006

On Feb 24, 2006, at 9:29 PM, Garrick Staples wrote:

> On Tue, Feb 21, 2006 at 03:44:17PM +0100, Bas van der Vlies alleged:
>> Lloyd Brown wrote:
>>> When looking at the documentation for Torque on prologue and  
>>> epilogue
>>> scripts
>>> (http://www.clusterresources.com/wiki/doku.php? 
>>> id=torque:appendix:g_prologue_and_epilogue_scripts),
>>> it has a table showing execution location, user privileges,  
>>> execution
>>> root, etc, for the prologue, epilogue, prologue.user, epilogue.user,
>>> prologue.parallel, and epilogue.precancel scripts.  Later, when
>>> describing the execution environment (list of args, essentially) for
>>> epilogue scripts, it says it refers to "the epilogue, epilogue.user,
>>> epilogue.precancel, and epilogue.parallel scripts".  Does this  
>>> mean that
>>> there really *is* an epilogue.parallel script?  If so, can I safely
>>> assume that it has the same execution location, privileges, etc.,  
>>> as the
>>> prologue.parallel?
>> I just wanted to use the epilogue.parallel script, but is does not  
>> work
>> as with prolog.parallel. I have made a simple patch for 2.0.0p7. I do
>> not know if it is on the right place, but it works ;-)
> I don't think this is the correct place for epilogue.parallel.  It
> should be run after all tasks have exited.  Maybe after the
> '(pjob->ji_qs.ji_substate != JOB_SUBSTATE_EXITING)' check in
> scan_for_exiting()?

Just back from Fosdem,  If that is beter then we have to put it  
there. Will it be in the new version
of torque?

Bas van der Vlies
basv at sara.nl

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