[Users] @ENV(FOO)@ in simfactory
schnetter at cct.lsu.edu
Fri Feb 7 13:20:07 CST 2014
Committed in r2269
On Feb 7, 2014, at 14:18 , Erik Schnetter <schnetter at gmail.com> wrote:
> @ENV(FOO)@ seems currently broken. I have a local patch that I am testing.
> On Feb 7, 2014, at 14:16 , Roland Haas <rhaas at tapir.caltech.edu> wrote:
>> Signed PGP part
>> Hello Frank,
>>> I am not sure about the specific question (simfactory), but
>>> couldn't you just set this in one of your shell-startup scripts, in
>>> which case it should be set for every job? Of course that would
>>> require that this is the same for all jobs, but the name suggests
>>> this somehow.
>> Yes, this is what I currently do. If possible I would like to avoid
>> this and have a self-contained parfile since the parfile is supposed
>> to be an example (actually for the gallery) and I'd like it to work
>> out of the box without users having to modify their environment
>> permanently. Currently modifying .bashrc (or similar) seems to only
>> option since even rpar (perl/python) scripts are executed on the
>> compute node where the variable is no longer present, so they don't
>> offer (for this) any advantage over the regular Cactus mechanism.
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> Erik Schnetter <schnetter at gmail.com>
> My email is as private as my paper mail. I therefore support encrypting
> and signing email messages. Get my PGP key from http://pgp.mit.edu/.
Erik Schnetter <schnetter at cct.lsu.edu>
My email is as private as my paper mail. I therefore support encrypting
and signing email messages. Get my PGP key from http://pgp.mit.edu/.
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