I'm not aware of any way to change the sort order or remove columns without other side-effects (though I do note that "qstat -f" does not have the column), but both of these commands do have a XML output option ("-xml") which you could use to write your own reporting utilities.
On Thu, Aug 01, 2019 at 09:58:49AM -0400, David Trimboli wrote: > When I run qhost, the output is sorted alphabetically ??? which means > "cluster10" appears before "cluster2," and so on. > > Before I go writing bash functions to manually sort this, which might lead > to output side-effects, is there any way to change the sort to a natural > number sort, so that "cluster2" would appear before "cluster10," etc.? > > When I run qstat, the normal wraps to a second line in my terminal set to > 120 columns. I could fix that by eliminating the "jclass" column, which > doesn't contain any information, but I can only find ways to add columns, > not take them away. Is there a way to make this column go away? > > _______________________________________________ > users mailing list > email@example.com > https://gridengine.org/mailman/listinfo/users -- -- Skylar Thompson (skyl...@u.washington.edu) -- Genome Sciences Department, System Administrator -- Foege Building S046, (206)-685-7354 -- University of Washington School of Medicine _______________________________________________ users mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org https://gridengine.org/mailman/listinfo/users