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comment How to run new background command sequentially if I already have a nohup background command running?
and what's more, I just found fuser command is not found on my HPC
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comment How to run new background command sequentially if I already have a nohup background command running?
Thank you! I understand your method. It seems that it is not so robust. It relies on the state of nohup.out. In my case, I always redirect the nohup.out to directory which I run the program, then this method will not gonna be working. But I have an idea. Since every nohup can be traced in command jobs, so can we just monitoring the jobs queue? That is if all previous job is done, then run new command. I don't know whether it is feasible or not, and how to achieve it.
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comment How to run new background command sequentially if I already have a nohup background command running?
Thank you cdr! Well, I am doing interactive PBS batch job on HPC. Use qsub -I I can directly logon one of the node. Then I can run command on that node. I use mathematica software, and use nohup math -run "<<file.m" &to run a program. Since I can interact with the node, so I won't submit all the commands in a single time using a script file. I can run command at any time if I wish. So here comes the problem, I want my background program run one by one. Because each program run in parallel mode. I don't want them fighting for CPU and Memory. I don't know whether I made myself clear?
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comment How to run new background command sequentially if I already have a nohup background command running?
Thank you jlliagre! But I am a Linux freshman. Could you explain your code a little?
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comment how to run new software without updating GLIBC?
@livingstaccato Hi, But How do comment vonbrand's words:" Installing a new version in some strange place is riskier... The library at the strange place could be picked up by random stuff,....". Is it really riskier? Had you ever tried the way which is described in your answer?
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comment how to run new software without updating GLIBC?
Thank you All! OK, I resign. I think I'd be better to stick with Mathematica 8 as a compromise. It works on Red Hat 4.
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@Gilles Hi,Gilles,thank you very much!!! I am looking forward to it.
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comment how to run new software without updating GLIBC?
but the problem is I am not the administrator, I don't have the authority. Even if I got the permission, I am afraid to do changes to the system, because that is not my computer,it is actually a cluster, many people works on it. By the way, why a new version in other place is risky? I only need to link the software I needed to new lib, not the whole system.
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