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GPT-POSTINSTALL(8)					User Contributed Perl Documentation					GPT-POSTINSTALL(8)

NAME
gpt-postinstall - Searches for post install scripts and executes them SYNOPSIS
gpt-postinstall [-help -force -version -man -location ] DESCRIPTION
gpt-postinstall Searches an installation for post-install scripts that have not been run yet and executes them. These scripts are installed by Setup packages and are designed to localize an installation. The -force flag can be used to re-run all of the setup scripts. OPTIONS
-force forces all action to be taken, regardless of state. -help Print a brief help message and exits. -man Prints the manual page and exits. -version Prints the version of GPT and exits. -location Location indicates the path to the Globus installation that will be used. SEE ALSO
gpt-install(1) gpt-uninstall(1) gpt-verify(1) AUTHOR
Michael Bletzinger <mbletzin.ncsa.uiuc.edu> and Eric Blau <eblau.ncsa.uiuc.edu> perl v5.14.2 2012-04-30 GPT-POSTINSTALL(8)

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GPT-QUERY(8)						User Contributed Perl Documentation					      GPT-QUERY(8)

NAME
gpt-query - Queries an installation for packages SYNOPSIS
gpt-query [-name=Name -flavor=Flavor -pkgtype=Type --help -file=name -man -deps=run|sdk] [pkgname-flavor-pkgtype+] DESCRIPTION
gpt-query searches installed packages for matches to the query. Name is the name of the package. Flavor is the information about linking and compile options used on package. Type is the type of the package. ? will alow the use to access system help. The user may enter a value for any of the options. These options can be used in combination or not at all. The script will take the options being used and try to find all matching items. An alternate form is to use the pkgname-flavor-pkgtype tuples. Multiple of instances of these tuples can be used in a query. OPTIONS
-name=NAME Returns all of the packages matching NAME. -flavor=FLAVOR Returns all of the packages matching FLAVOR. -pkgtype=TYPE Returns all of the packages matching TYPE. -file=FILE Returns the package owning the FILE. FILE needs to be either an absolute path or referenced to $GLOBUS_LOCATION. -deps=run|sdk Returns the runtime or build dependencies of a package. -help Print a brief help message and exits. -man Prints the manual page and exits. -version Prints the version of GPT and exits. -what-bundles Prints a list of the installed bundles. -verify-bundle=BUNDLE Takes a bundle defintion and checks to see if it matches the installation. -bundle-packages=BUNDLE List the packages that belong to the desired bundle. -bundle BUNDLE 1 [BUNDLE 2] If two bundles are given, the bundles will be compared to one another for equality. If only one bundle is given, the bundle will be checked against the installation. This command works on tar bundles. EXAMPLES
gpt-query Returns a listing of all of the installed packages. gpt-query -name=foo Returns all flavors and package types with the name "foo". gpt-query foo Also returns all flavors and package types with the name "foo". gpt-query 'foo-*-*' A third way of typing the same query. Note the single quotes. gpt-query '*-noflavor-*' List all of the packages with a 'noflavor' build flavor. gpt-query -file=libexec/globus-build-env-gcc32.sh Returns "/libexec/globus-build-env-gcc32.sh is owned by globus_core-gcc32-rtl" gpt-query -file=$GLOBUS_LOCATION/libexec/globus-build-env-gcc32.sh Returns the same. gpt-query -file=globus-build-env-gcc32.sh Returns an error because the path is incorrect. OUTPUT
Here is an example output: gpt-query '*-noflavor-*' 4 packages were found in /home/mbletzin/work/install that matched your query: packages found that matched your query globus_core-noflavor-data ver: 2.1 cmp id: 2.1.0 globus_core_setup-noflavor-pgm ver: 2.0 cmp id: 2.0.0 globus_ssl_utils-noflavor-data ver: 2.1 cmp id: 2.1.0 kca_setup-noflavor-pgm ver: 3.0.2p1 cmp id: 1.0.0 For each package name, flavor, package type, version, and the compatibility identifier is return. The compatibility identifier is what is used to resolve dependencies. SEE ALSO
gpt-install(8) gpt-uninstall(8) gpt-verify(8) gpt-postinstall(8) AUTHOR
Michael Bletzinger <mbletzin.ncsa.uiuc.edu> and Eric Blau <eblau.ncsa.uiuc.edu> perl v5.14.2 2012-04-30 GPT-QUERY(8)

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