--- Comment #8 from Marc A. Pelletier <m...@uberbox.org> ---
Part of the difficulty is that there is a combinatorial explosion of starting
environments depending on more factors than you can shake a stick at (given the
gridengine's propensity to try to "guess" at what you're trying to do, and to
(silently) add a shell anytime it thinks you need to evaluate shell arguments).
The best rule of thumb is "if you need something specific in your environment,
set it explicitly". I would recommend that one /always/ uses a shell wrapper
that sets the environment; a simple generic one might be:
This will set the STUFF_I_NEED then exec to the program given as argument
without needlessly keeping a subshell around. That same script can then be
reliably used to launch everything in a reliable way.
I *could* make a globally available script that relies on sourcing, say,
Which everyone could then use. I could even have it invoked implicitly by jsub
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