Changes between Version 47 and Version 48 of WrapperApp


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03/14/11 00:12:15 (4 years ago)
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davea
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  • WrapperApp

    v47 v48  
    5353 '''stdin_filename''', '''stdout_filename''', '''stderr_filename''':: The logical names of the files to which 
    5454  stdin, stdout, and stderr are to be connected (if any). 
    55  '''command_line''':: command-line arguments to be passed to the worker program.  '''wrapper''' itself may be passed command-line arguments 
    56   (specified in the [WorkGeneration#templates input template]); 
    57    these are passed to each worker program after those specified in the job file. 
     55 '''command_line''':: command-line arguments to be passed to the worker program. 
    5856 '''weight''':: the contribution of each task to the overall fraction done 
    5957  is proportional to its weight (floating-point, default 1). 
     
    7068 '''setenv''':: Environmental variable needed for the applications run-time environment - you can have more than one <setenv> entry, use the VARNAME=VAR_VALUE form, e.g. LD_LIBRARY_PATH=$PROJECT_DIR:$LD_LIBRARY_PATH 
    7169 '''daemon''':: Denotes that this task is a 'daemon' process that should run in the background asynchronously while the other tasks are run sequentially.  The wrapper will shut down this daemon when the last task has exited 
    72  '''append_cmdline_args''':: if set, the wrapper's command-line arguments are passed to the program (after those in <command_line>). 
     70 '''append_cmdline_args''':: if set, the wrapper's command-line arguments (specified in the [WorkGeneration#templates input template]) are passed to the program, after those in <command_line>. 
    7371 
    7472The job file can specify multiple tasks.