Re: Job Streaming
From: Steven Langdale (Langdale_Steven_at_PERKINS.COM)
Date: Wed, 16 Jul 2003 21:06:13 +0100 To: aix-l@Princeton.EDU
Your in luck, I've just been on a Tivoli Workload Scheduler course. This
will do all you need and more. It does cost though. The cost will all
depend on what kind of discount you get from your IBM salesperson. From
what I've seen so far, it does appear to be very good.
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The requirements are basically restart ability with error logging and job
statistics. I thought about scripting a wrapper for them but this has
potential to be thousands of jobs and the scripting could get rather ugly.
The Tivoli solution might be an option also.
From: Green, Simon [mailto:Simon.Green@EU.ALTRIA.COM]
Sent: Wednesday, July 16, 2003 8:51 AM
Subject: Re: Job Streaming
It sounds like you're after a scheduling package: something more
powerful than cron but without spending significant amounts - or any?
- money. Is that right?
If so, what features do you require?
If your needs are really basic you should be able to cope adequately
by writing a wrapper script, to invoke your jobs and provide simple
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From: Darryl Ousterhout [mailto:D.Ousterhout@LABSAFETY.COM]
Sent: 16 July 2003 14:38
Subject: Job Streaming
Is anyone using or even heard of an AIX job streaming program? What
I need to do is cron 1 job, or a job streamer that will launch
multiple jobs. We are trying to consolidate some of our batch