On 02/13/2011 12:44 AM, Platonides wrote:
Declares if the standard error stream of the job will be merged with the standard output
stream of the job.
An option argument value of oe directs that the two streams will be merged,
intermixed, as standard output. An option argument value of eo directs that the two
streams will be merged, intermixed, as standard error.
If the join argument is n or the option is not specified, the two streams will be
two separate files.
Note that you can pass the parameter to SGE inside the script, too.
Ah, yes, I'd seen that. In fact, I'm using it. What I don't recall
seeing mentioned anywhere I looked was that things printed to stdout
would be included in the job completion e-mail.
(In fact, even you didn't say so out right in your message, you just
seemed to imply it. And I haven't tested it, so I'm not going to swear
it's even true.)
In fact, the man page would seem to imply that it isn't:
If the -o option is not specified, the default file
name for the
standard output stream will be used. The default name has the
where job_name is the name of the job, see -N option, and
sequence_number is the job number assigned when the job is submitted.