It executes a bash script.
The script can eventually process some environmental variables passed by the operator:
- OPH_SCRIPT_DATA_PATH : points to base folder of data repository on server (if available)
- OPH_SCRIPT_SESSION_PATH : points to oph_web_server_location/sessions/session_code/export/misc
- OPH_SCRIPT_SESSION_URL : points to oph_web_server/sessions/session_code/export/misc
- OPH_SCRIPT_SESSION_CODE : is the session_code
- OPH_SCRIPT_WORKFLOW_ID : is the workflow identifier
- OPH_SCRIPT_MARKER_ID : is the marker identifier associated with the job
- OPH_SCRIPT_SERVER_HOST : is the IP address or DNS name of the host where Ophidia Server is running
- OPH_SCRIPT_SERVER_PORT : is the port number associated with Ophidia Server
- OPH_SCRIPT_USER : is the submmitter identifier
- script: name of the script to be executed; by default no operation is performed. The script has to be registered at server side (see admin configuration).
- args: list of pipe-separated arguments to be passed to the script.
- stdout: file where screen output (stdout) will be redirected (appended); set to “stdout” for no redirection.
- stderr: file where errors (stderr) will be redirected (appended); set to “stderr” for no redirection.
- list : get the available scripts (for additional scripts refer to admin configuration).
- exec_mode: operator execution mode. Possible values are async (default) for asynchronous mode, sync for synchronous mode with json-compliant output.
- ncores: number of parallel processes to be used (min. 1). This operator is not parallel, so the only possible value is 1.
- sessionid: session identifier used server-side to manage sessions and jobs. Usually, users don’t need to use/modify it, except when it is necessary to create a new session or switch to another one.
- objkey_filter: filter on the output of the operator written to file:
- default=all => no filter
- none => no output
- script => shows the output of the command or the list of registered scripts
- script_url => show the URL where the command could save some data
- script_returncode => show the return code of the command.
Execute the script “test var1 var2” without redirecting stdout and stderr:
[OPH_TERM] >> oph_script script=test;args=var1|var2;