|April 9, 2007, 11:34||
LSF Question - Off Topic
Figured that a lot of you use LSF and cannot seem to find an answer to this elswhere.
I would like LSF to touch a file (in my case stopgasp but it could be exit-fluent or abort for you star folks) which will stop the computation cleanly before the que time limit expires. According to the LSF manual (which I read) this can be done. However after a long Dogpile session (I use it not google) I have not been able to find an example where an actual unix command rather than an unix signal is issued.
The LSF option is -wa 'command'
LSF complains that my wa option is an invalid signal. I have tried back quotes, double quotes, double quotes in single quotes etc. No luck
Has anyone sucessfully used this LSF option with a unix command? How did you do it?
Any help is appreciated.
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