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#22 fixed Minor patch, runtime-libraries somebody slabanja@…


On some of our machines we have torque installed in a non-default location. Because of that, for us it would be nice if the output of pbs-config --libs were passed on to the linking of (or possibly if a "runtime_library_dirs = [PBS_LIB_DIR]" were added instead). See attached trivial patch.

Anyhow, thanks for making pbs_python available! :)

Regards, Mattias

#18 fixed depends on hostname configuration and is installed by default bas jbernstein@…

It seems that by default, a make install installs the script into $prefix/bin/pbsmon. While this would seem okay, the depends on hostname formats to detect where the nodes are located in the individual racks. The problem here is that not all installation use this hostname format, and users will have to edit the resulting pbsmon script before it will work correctly.

On the other hand, the example runs without changes regardless of the hostname configuration.

I suggest that a make install installs the as $prefix/bin/pbsmon instead as it will work on a wider variety of clusters, and give the impression of a cleaner out-of-the-box install.

The quick fix here, to avoid installing is to remove the sara_install target from the Makefile's install line.

#5 fixed No module named pbs anonymous anonymous

When I try to build the software from the sources on my 64bit machine, everything seems to be fine, but when I call any of the .py scripts, I get the following error message:

Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "./", line 11, in ?
    import pbs
ImportError: No module named pbs

I should mention that my PBS directory is named /usr/local/torque

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