[Bioclusters] SGE Qmon on X Server

LeClair, Lorne bioclusters@bioinformatics.org
Fri, 16 Apr 2004 14:29:59 -0600

To: Chris Dagdigian

Hi Chris;

I found the enclosed  thread on your WWW site and I wonder if  you could
help me out.

I have a cluster of 7 X servers running Panther and SGE. 
The SGE is working fine but I cannot get the qmon proram to run.
I tried using your binaries but I get the following undefined symbols.


 I also tried to compile my own version  using your instructions with no
luck. Actually I tried only compiling qmon using 
aimk -only-qmon but I get an error on the
make: ***  [libXltree.dylib]

Do you have any suggestions  

Lorne LeClair

IT Manager /Network Administrator
Department of Biosciences
University of Alberta.

Office 780 492-4161
Cell    780 8871508


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binaries for those who need it 
Chris Dagdigian bioclusters@bioinformatics.org
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This is response to a recent thread about SGE reporting incorrect load 
values for Mac OS X with sge-5.3p2...

After I installed 'openmotif3' and 'openmotif3-shlibs' on my powerbook 
via fink I was able to download the sge-V53p4_TAG-src.tar.gz package 
from the <http://gridengine.sunsource.net> site.

Grid Engine (including the X11 qmon GUI) builds cleanly now from the 
53p4 snapshot with no additional hacking or patches needed. (yay!). In 
simple tests on my powerbook the output of 'qstat' is correct with 
respect to host architecture and load average data reporting.

The qmon GUI is fine as well when launched under the Apple X11 environment.

The build was so easy that I suspect that most people will just roll 
their own distributions. The instructions are straightforward.

For those who just want the Mac OS X binaries for SGE-5.3p4 I've made 
them available for http download at: 

These are just the darwin/ binaries that are to be unpacked inside of 
the SGE_ROOT directory. Users will still need to visit 
<http://gridengine.sunsource.net/project/gridengine/download.html> in 
order to download the "common" and "doc" packages for sge-5.3p4.

Feedback would be welcome. If nothing breaks I'll see about getting the 
darwin package listed under the "courtesy binaries" download page.