qsub equivalent of bsub command

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qsub equivalent of bsub command

"bsub -o /dev/null -P something -q normal -a optimize -n 1 -R \"rusage\[mem=4000\] span\[hosts=1\]\" -J GUISETUP_${PID} \"dc_shell-t -f .dc_script_$job_index.tcl -output_log_file .dc_shell_$job_index.log \""

Can anybody please tell me the qsub equivalent for this command?

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QSUB(1) 						User Contributed Perl Documentation						   QSUB(1)

qsub - submit a batch job in a familiar pbs format SYNOPSIS
qsub [-a date_time] [-A account_string] [-b secs] [-C directive_prefix] [-e path] [-I] [-l resource_list] [-m mail_options] [-M user_list] [-N name] [-o path] [-p priority] [-q destination] [-W additional_attributes] [-h] [script] DESCRIPTION
The qsub command displays information about nodes. It is aimed to be feature-compatible with PBS' qsub. OPTIONS
-a Display information for all nodes. This is the default if no node name is specified. -I Interactive execution. -j join It is not necessary (currently also not possible) since stderr/stdout are always joined. -v [variable_list] Exporting single variables via -v is not supported, since the entire login environment is exported by the default. -V The -V option to export the current environment is not required since it is done by default. -? | --help brief help message --man full documentation perl v5.14.2 2012-04-10 QSUB(1)

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