Get a clean and flexible output from qstat
qjobs is an attempt to get a cleaner and more customizable output than the one provided by qstat (Sun Grid Engine).
qjobs is available on PyPI. It is compatible with Python3.4 and higher.
Installation of qjobs can be done with pip:
python3 -m pip install -U --user qjobs
That’s it! If the directory where pip installs packages (usually ~/.local/bin) is in your PATH environment variable, you only have to run qjobs from the command line to launch the wrapper. Enjoy!
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