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  1. Scripting Interfaces

    Along with the commandline and GUI interfaces, Qube! can also be accessed via scripting. Python and Perl languages are supported. The SimpleCmd interface makes it easy…
    QubeOct 27, 2014
  2. Scripting custom queuing algorithms

    This is done using a script file plug-in written in Perl. The qb.conf setting for this is as follows: supervisor_queue_binding = Perl supervisor_queue_library…
    QubeOct 21, 2014
  3. The logrotate.py script

    This script is used in Mac OS X and Windows to rotate logs. In Linux, log rotation is handled via the logrotated daemon, and so is not a part of the install. See Log…
    QubeFeb 01, 2017
  4. Scripting policy

    Custom Policy implementation is done using a script file plug-in written in Perl. The following qb.conf parameters must be set appropriately: supervisor_policy_binding…
    QubeJul 05, 2017
  5. Python job submission with Python language callback that runs an external script on the supervisor

    that behavior into an external script which can take the job ID as an argument. The following is an example of a callback that runs for every frame when the job completes. Admittedly…
    QubeJun 11, 2018
  6. Creating Custom Submission Scripts

    Submit Scripts directory... After your submission script has been created and "installed" to the correct directory, see Command Line Submission for instructions on how to launch…
    QubeMay 23, 2018
  7. Shotgun Integration

    To enable the Shotgun Integration its configuration must be set properly in the Wrangler View preferences. To do this you will create a 'qube submission' "script
    QubeJul 07, 2017
  8. How to implement locking/unlocking a Windows worker at user login/out

    You can use Windows' logon/logoff scripts to automatically lock/unlock a machine when users logon/off. Basically, you'd call "qblock " in the logon script, and "qbunlock…
    QubeOct 15, 2014
  9. How can a Windows machine be locked/unlocked when users logon/logoff?

    You can use Windows' logon/logoff scripts to automatically lock/unlock a machine when users logon/off. Basically, you'd call "qblock " in the logon script, and "qbunlock…
    QubeOct 15, 2014
  10. _SimpleCMD_ParametersNuke

    but is a different license, so you may not want to use those licenses for this submission. Or you may be using features that require NukeX. script The Nuke script to execute…
    QubeNov 05, 2014