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    Hey all,

    I have a binary file, named "exe1" that receives a parameter. (I don't have its source code).
    Executing "exe1" results in creating 3 output files.

    I have a bash script that runs "exe1".
    I want to enter "exe1" to cluster queue (using subq command)
    But i want to do it more than once, using different parameters each time.

    The problem is that i don't know how to write the scrip so that the output files won't overwrite each other.

    I want to create a new folder for each "exe1" execution. I didn't find any qsub flag that does that. Does somebody knows what the syntax should be?


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    Re: qsub

    Is the parameter what specifies where you place the outputted files? Or can that not be controlled?
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