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I am new to cluster commands. But I have tried utilizing: -pe, but I do not know my parallel computing environment. We are running SGE, is there a simpler command to request more nodes?

also:
Code:
qsub -N auto -M name@email.com -m abe auto.sh

does not email me at all.

Help would be appreciated
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DSHBAK(1)						      General Commands Manual							 DSHBAK(1)

NAME
dshbak - format output from pdsh command
SYNOPSIS
dshbak [OPTION]..
DESCRIPTION
The dshbak program formats pdsh pdsh output for humans. Output from each node is consolidated, the leading "node:" is stripped, and a header block with the node name is added. If the -c option is specified, nodes with identical output are not displayed twice; instead, the header will contain a list of nodes. The list of nodes is further compressed into node ranges if the node names have a numeric suffix.
OPTIONS
-h Display a summary of command line options. -c Do not display identical output from nodes twice. Instead, print the list of nodes with matching output in the header block. -d DIR Write consolidated node output to separate files in output directory DIR. Any existing files will be overwritten. -f With -d, force creation of specified DIR.
ORIGIN
A rewrite of IBM dshbak(1) by Jim Garlick <garlick@llnl.gov> on LLNL's ASCI Blue-Pacific IBM SP system.
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