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comment Get the latest directory (not the latest file)
This does not work if you are in another folder. I mean ls -td -- ./parent | head -n 1 does not give me the correct results, do I HAVE TO use subshell such as cd ./parent every time and execute this command? Any solution?
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revised Get the latest directory (not the latest file)
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comment Get the latest directory (not the latest file)
Using awk works, but I want to see if there is a cleaner solution. :)
Jun
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comment Get the latest directory (not the latest file)
How to get rid of slash /?
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asked Get the latest directory (not the latest file)
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comment How to do integer & float calculations, in bash or other languages/frameworks?
my hat is off to you
Sep
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accepted How to let `ls` display the results order in row first?
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asked How to let `ls` display the results order in row first?
Aug
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accepted How to customize a backend running job completion message?
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comment How to customize a backend running job completion message?
Oh yes, Good idea!! Thanks
Aug
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revised How to customize a backend running job completion message?
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asked How to customize a backend running job completion message?
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asked How to make a scheduled task based on a file creation time?
Jun
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comment Will SGE output slow down my simulation, if so, how much?
That's exactly my question, I am curious to know what happens if this file grows into a big file like 2G big. How did the *nix system write into this file, by some fopen command as in C++, or doing some append command, which might be keep writing in a certain storage address? Or what? I think if no open and close repeating operations then it would be not slow. Because the file is really big, I am not sure if linux, ext system like windows has some file size limitations.......
Jun
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comment Will SGE output slow down my simulation, if so, how much?
"my guess is that it's a line every so many steps", no, it writes around 20 lines every time step. "Also, if you are worried about the size of the file, I'm sure your simulation package will have an option to reduce the frequency of writing the log.", okay, this I will try, but I'd really hope this could be solved on SGE or system's side, not on the original code.
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asked Is there a way to increase `find` speed