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I use a utility called qpeek to let the user see the output of a job.<br>
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Craig<br>
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On 15/01/2010 15:41, Seb wrote:
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        <p class="plainMail">Hi,
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        <p class="plainMail">How can I have the STDOUT and STDERR of a
job appear in the user's $HOME directory while the job runs? They
currently appear&nbsp;inside /var/spool/torque/stool&nbsp;in the&nbsp;computing node.
That's not very convenient. How can I change that?
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        <p class="plainMail">thanks,
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        <p class="plainMail">Seb</p>
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