The Question is:
We have a two node cluster. I am trying to submit a job (child) from one node
another. The job (child) that needs to run on the remote node aquires
required logicals from a user defined on that node and the logicals are
independent from one that is subm
itting the job (different Oracle instance and different layered product). When
I remote submit the parent job should wait for the completion of the the child
job. However, when I try to SYNCHRONIZE parent and child jobs the parent job
no longer recogniz
es the child job's queue. SYNCHRONIZE works if the child job has no user
specified in SUBMIT.
-- The following does not SYNCHRONIZE but inherits the logicals for user test
and finishes the tasks
$SUBMIT/NAME=HOPPER/USER=TEST/QUE=NODE2$BATCH /NOTIFY xyz.com
-- The following SYNCHRONIZES but without inheriting required logicals of user
$SUBMIT/NAME=HOPPER/QUE=NODE2$BATCH /NOTIFY xyz.com
Is this a security limitation for jobs submitted accross nodes. Is there a way
The Answer is :
Try using DCL DECnet task-to-task?
Try using SYNCHRONIZE /ENTRY?