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etap [2015/06/16 16:53]
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etap [2015/06/17 14:30]
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 Likewise, pointing the output of subshells to etapfs is an alternate solution. Likewise, pointing the output of subshells to etapfs is an alternate solution.
  
-**Also, ​a jobscript ​should not be started within a directory ​belonging to etapfs.**+**Also, ​you should not submit jobs when your actual working ​directory ​at the time of submit is on an etapfs.**
  
 The reason is that a "​hanging"​ etapfs (e.g. lost mount) will cause the scheduler to be unable to clean up the job, while a job unable to write to etapfs can still be cleaned up, if the scheduler'​s daemons do not have file handles there. The reason is that a "​hanging"​ etapfs (e.g. lost mount) will cause the scheduler to be unable to clean up the job, while a job unable to write to etapfs can still be cleaned up, if the scheduler'​s daemons do not have file handles there.