This is a guide on using unix systems and Sun Grid Engine(SGE) cluster environment.
First chapter will introduce basic usage for unix systems. The second chapter will explore SGE environment and show how to use the queuing system from users perspective.
After reading, you will:
You can contribute to the development of this guide using github features such as pull-requests and issue creation.
This book is compiled with gitbook, a node.js library. Perform these steps to install the gitbook command line tool:
yum install -y npmon Fedora)
npm install gitbook. This will create a directory
node_modules/.bin(among others) containing the
Edit the .md files using markdown syntax and run update_book.sh as
bash update_book.sh -m 'my commit message'. This will create the
html from the .md files, re-create gh-pages repository (gh-pages
serves the html pages) and push those changes to "gh-pages" branch
of the online repository. You should also commit the changes you made
in the "master" branch via
git commit. Basically, "master"
branch has the markdown files, "gh-pages" branch has the html
You may need to pull the repository, make changes and then create pull-request if you want your changes to be merged with the main repository. This may depend on your privileges [to be edited with more accurate information].
Initially created by Altuna Akalin. Some of the material is based on Martin Siegert's documentation of SGE cluster.