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Old 08-20-2010, 01:09 AM   #1
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installing sun grid engine. it shows set ur environment variable.. but i did that


good morning,
i am trying to install sun grid engine. Doing my ME in madurai, Thiagarajar engineering college. while loading files on workstation, it shows set ur environment variable. but i set that variable as sge-root, also checked it with echo command.. can u help me to resolve this
 
Old 08-21-2010, 10:41 AM   #2
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good morning,
i am trying to install sun grid engine. Doing my ME in madurai, Thiagarajar engineering college. while loading files on workstation, it shows set ur environment variable. but i set that variable as sge-root, also checked it with echo command.. can u help me to resolve this
Spell out your words...if you're in college, they should have taught you how to spell by now.

How about details?? WHAT variable isn't set, and what is the exact error message(s) you're getting? Are you setting the variable, then running something as root/sudo? (that starts another shell...meaning the variable isn't set for that shell).
 
Old 08-25-2010, 01:46 AM   #3
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i created a directory in usr/src with the name sge-root..
within that i created another folder named sge6.1 and extract the 4 tar
files in it...

then i opened the terminal and change the directory to usr/src/sge-root.
then i set the environment variable by typing # SGE_ROOT=sge-root; export
SGE_ROOT...(i set my environment variable as sge-root)... then

gzip -dc sge6.1/sge6.1u2-common.tar.gz | tar xvpf -
gzip -dc sge6.1/sge6.1u2-bin-darwin-x86.tar.gz | tar xvpf -
gzip -dc sge6.1/sge6.1u2-bin-darwin-ppc.tar.gz | tar xvpf -
SGE_ROOT=sge-root; export SGE_ROOT
util/setfileperm.sh $SGE_ROOT

in this line i got the error as
ERROR: please set your $SGE_ROOT environment variable and start the script
again. Exit.

this is the error msg i am getting
 
Old 12-22-2010, 10:41 PM   #4
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Originally Posted by kalaiselvi View Post
i created a directory in usr/src with the name sge-root..
within that i created another folder named sge6.1 and extract the 4 tar
files in it...

then i opened the terminal and change the directory to usr/src/sge-root.
then i set the environment variable by typing # SGE_ROOT=sge-root; export
SGE_ROOT...(i set my environment variable as sge-root)... then

gzip -dc sge6.1/sge6.1u2-common.tar.gz | tar xvpf -
gzip -dc sge6.1/sge6.1u2-bin-darwin-x86.tar.gz | tar xvpf -
gzip -dc sge6.1/sge6.1u2-bin-darwin-ppc.tar.gz | tar xvpf -
SGE_ROOT=sge-root; export SGE_ROOT
util/setfileperm.sh $SGE_ROOT

in this line i got the error as
ERROR: please set your $SGE_ROOT environment variable and start the script
again. Exit.

this is the error msg i am getting
this is what you do:

# SGE_ROOT=/your/path; export SGE_ROOT
# echo $SGE_ROOT
^^ if done correctly, it will echo your path.

I too am currently configuring Sun Grid Engine on a linux system (CentOS5.5 distro). Let's trade info/questions/accomplishments, shall we?
 
  


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