The module "computing_env_info" of the Mastrave modelling library
Copyright © 2006,2007,2008,2009,2010,2011,2012 Daniele de Rigo
The file computing_env_info.m is part of Mastrave.
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[env_name, env_PID, env_path] = computing_env_info( )
Utility function to return the name env_name of the computing environment which is currently interpreting the function, its PID env_PID and its full filesystem path env_path .
GNU Bash shell required dependencies: grep, perl, ps, tr, which
[env, pid, path] = computing_env_info % Obtaining details on the current computational env. [_, answ] = unix( sprintf( 'ps aux | grep %s', pid ) ) % Inspecting which is the current CPU affinity of % the running computational environment. [_, answ] = unix( sprintf( 'taskset -p %s', pid ) )
See also: mtvroot, fileinfo, munix Keywords: environment, filesystem, maintenance Version: 0.1.9
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