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fts_read error in Epilog
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llikethat
2010-12-01 05:20:19 UTC
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Hi,
I'm trying to do a cleanup of the files created when a rendering job is executed. Currently i'm testing the epilog by just running a `ls -l /tmp`. This is giving an fts_read error. The setup has the master node in Linux and the exec hosts are windows. The epilog script is accessible by all the exec hosts and is an executible.
Thanks.

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llikethat
2010-12-04 09:12:50 UTC
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Hi,
Firstly, apologies for querying this error in this forum. 
I've fixed the issue. It was due to the shell that was being invoked. since the execution hosts are in windows.
Now i'm using #!/bin/csh which is working fine, except the fact that rm -rf is not working for deleting the entire directory. So i'm using rmdir to do the same.
Thanks

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Subject: [GE users] fts_read error in Epilog
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Date: Wednesday, 1 December, 2010, 10:50 AM

Hi,
I'm trying to do a cleanup of the files created when a rendering job is executed. Currently i'm testing the epilog by just running a `ls -l /tmp`. This is giving an fts_read error. The setup has the master node in Linux and the exec hosts are windows. The epilog script is accessible by all the exec hosts and is an executible.
Thanks.

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