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# qpeek: Peek into a job's output spool files. # Copyright , Ohio Supercomputer Center. # -ssh Use the ssh command to remote access the mother superior node. # qpeek: Peek into a job's output spool files. # Copyright , Ohio Supercomputer Center. # it'd be nice if this feature was part of PBS itself. qpeek. When PBS runs a job, the STDERR and STDOUT are written in a private area on local disk on the master node, and copied back to the files that the user.

The qpeek command may be used to look at the output log file (stdout) or the current contents of the error log file (stderr) for job jobid. qpeek -e Hello, I have been trying to get qpeek to work. I submit a job and then query it using: $ qpeek -o 28xxx $ qpeek -e 28xxx $ qpeek 28xxx and so. QPEEK is used to plot data coming from Quanterra Qs, Nanometrics systems, and Boulder Real Time Technologies' Antelope databases.

/~mouse/qpeek. [ICO], Name · Last modified · Size. [PARENTDIR], Parent Directory, -. [ ], hangtescole.space, , K. Brad On 3/17/13 PM, Birendra jha wrote: > I guess we don't have that utility on our system: > > [bjha at login twowaycoupled]$ qpeek -o.

If you want to view the output of your job while it is running, you can use the command qpeek. This command can be used to view both the standard output and. qpeek: Peek into a job's output spool files Usage: qpeek [options] JOBID Options: c Show all of the output file ("cat", default) -h Show only the beginning of the.

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