[torqueusers] How to determine the Torque version
damianmontaldo at gmail.com
Tue Sep 4 10:43:41 MDT 2012
I'm trying to figure out witch official version of torque is installed
when I finally install the stable debian package of torque version
$ apt-cache show torque-server | grep Version
According to the troubleshooting and FAQs
to get the torque version I need to look at qmgr and print server but
there is no version defined in there
Anybody could help me?
On Thu, Aug 30, 2012 at 5:34 PM, Ken Nielson
<knielson at adaptivecomputing.com> wrote:
> TORQUE version 4.1.1 is now available for general download.
> There were several bugs fixed in this version of TORQUE. Several deadlock
> issues were fixed around the combination of job arrays and routing queues.
> x11-forwarding was fixed for interactive jobs.
> There were fixes for memory corruption and double free.
> There were 5 memory leaks that were fixed.
> The mail feature we re-enabled. It had been removed in earlier versions of
> TORQUE 4.x
> For a complete list of fixes see the CHANGELOG.
> We want to thank The University of Michigan, NOAA, University of Florida,
> LBNL and Cray for their help in finding and fixing many of the bugs for this
> release. We also appreciate the contributions made by others to the code
> The tar ball for this release can be downloaded at the following URL.
> Thanks again for all of the help. The feedback from the community is what
> makes TORQUE the best it can be.
> Ken Nielson
> Adaptive Computing
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