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  1. Supervisor Configuration

    (and a third optional file) that control the Qube! supervisor: qb.conf The installer programs place a template qb.conf file in a suitable location, depending upon the platform
    QubeFeb 01, 2017
  2. SimpleCmds Location

    GUI (WranglerView), then it is located in, depending upon the platform: Windows: C:\Program Files\pfx\qube\bin\simplecmds Linux: /usr/local/pfx/qube/bin/simplecmds OS X…
    QubeOct 21, 2014
  3. What image formats are supported by the GUI?

    wxImage This class encapsulates a platform-independent image. An image can be created from data, or using wxBitmap::ConvertToImage. An image can be loaded from a file…
    QubeOct 15, 2014
  4. _LOM_commands_support

    protocol or an industry-(mostly)-standard protocol known as the Intelligent Platform Management Interface…
    QubeFeb 01, 2017
  5. System Metrics Reporting

    for any messages relating to error conditions. Logging The system metrics collectors log location is platform-dependent: Linux: /var/spool/qube/metrics.log Windows (when…
    QubeFeb 01, 2018
  6. Client Configuration

    directories depending on the platform: Linux & OS X: /etc Windows XP/2003: C:\Windows Windows Vista/2008: C:\ProgramData\pfx\qube See Also qb_supervisor…
    QubeFeb 01, 2017
  7. Qube MobileView Server

    Iphone_mobileView-155x300.png QubeMobileServer is a simple, cross-platform python webserver that is purpose-built to display Qube! jobs over http. It can run over SSL…
    QubeFeb 02, 2017
  8. QubeMobileServer Installation

    and extract it somewhere on a computer with access to the supervisor. For consistency, we recommend using c:\Program Files\pfx\qubeMobileServer. For all platforms, QubeMobile Server (QMS…
    QubeOct 15, 2014
  9. _SimpleCMD_ParametersVRED

    . VRED Version Select version numbers and the worker platform to make an educated guess at where VRED is found on the remote worker. VRED Executable Explicit path to the VRED Pro…
    QubeFeb 01, 2017
  10. Execution Environment

    to be used to run the job. While this is useful for developers and others to control the execution environment, it is a sure way to kill cross-platform jobs, and is generally…
    QubeJan 14, 2015