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Message Posted: Tue, 19 Jan 2016 @ 10:35:28 GMT
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Is it mandatory to do module load everytime for executing Teradata utility jobs ?
Overview - In our plant Multiple Teradata jobs are being executed during its initialization phase the "module load /teradata/client/14.10.0 is executed" which creates a temporary directory in /tmp folder, so whenever job executes it creates a subdirectory directory which has the odbc.ini file in it and its same for all user which are triggered and needs to be cleaned up manually.
Question 1) Can we execute a Teradata utility everytime without executing module load everytime , and rather create a directory only once in /tmp folder and make it reuse everytime for the job ? How to do it ?
Question 2) module load xxxclient?? creates the subdirectory and module unload xxxclient cleans up the directory , Is it possible to auto cleanup rather adding the module unload at the end of job script.
Need your help on this ,
Thanks in advance
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