A short usage summary.

as_run action [ options ] [ arguments ]


This manual page documents briefly the as_run command


as_run --getop [options] commande[.capy]

Return the main subroutine of a code_aster command

as_run --getversion [options]

- Return current release number of the development version

as_run --get [options] obj1 [obj2...]

Copy a source file in current directory

as_run --show [options] obj1 [obj2...]

Show a source file : fortran, c, python, capy, cata, histor or test

as_run --diff [options] obj1 [obj2...]

Show the diff of a source file : fortran, c, python, capy, cata or test

as_run --get_export testcase_name

Build an export file to run a testcase and print it to stdout

as_run --make [--vers=VERS] [target]

Build a code_aster version (executable, libraries, catalogues). target may be all or clean

as_run --update [options] fich1.tar.gz [fich2.tar.gz...]

Perform one or several updates of a development version

as_run --auto_update [--vers=...] [--force_upgrade] [--keep_increment] [other options]

Download available updates from a server and apply them to the current development version

as_run --astk_update [options]

Download available updates from a server and update astk/as_run itself

as_run --diag [--astest_dir=DIR1,[DIR2]] [--test_list=LIST] [--only_nook] [diag_result.pick]

Build the diagnosis of code_aster testcases (from dir or default astest directory) and write a pickled file of the result.

as_run --list [--all] [--test_list=FILE] [--filter=...] [--command=...] [--user_filter=...] [test1 [test2 ..]]

Build a list of testcases using a list of command/keywords and/or verifying some criterias about cputime or memory.

as_run --ctags [--vers=VERS]

Build ctags file

as_run --messages subroutine | message_number | check [--fort=...] [--python=...] [--unigest=...] | move old_msgid new_msgid

Operation on code_aster messages catalogues. subroutine returns messages called by "subroutine". message_number returns subroutines calling this message. check returns check messages catalogues and print some stats. move a message from a catalogue to another and produce new catalogues and new source files.

as_run --sendmail [--report_to=EMAIL1,EMAIL2] filename

Send the content of filename (may be on a remote host) to EMAIL1,EMAIL2,..

as_run --get_infos host1 [host2 [...]]

Return cpu and memory informations about given hosts

as_run --run [options] profile

Execute the execution described by the profile (default action)

as_run --serv [email protected]:/nom_profil.export

Start an execution (calling as_run in a separate process)

as_run --info

Returns informations from astk server configuration : batch, interactive (yes/no, limits), compute nodes, versions

as_run --actu job_number job_name mode

Returns the state, diagnosis, execution node, spent cpu time and working directory of a job

as_run --edit job_number job_name mode output|error DISPLAY

Opens output or error file on the provided display

as_run --tail job_number job_name mode fdest nb_lines [regexp]

Output the last part of fort.6 file or filter lines matching a pattern

as_run --del job_number job_name mode [node] [--signal=...]

Kill a job and delete related files

as_run --purge_flash job_number1 [job_number2 [...]]]

Delete files of jobs which are not in the list

as_run --create_issue issue_file [export_file]

Insert a new issue in database and copy attached files if an export file is provided

as_run --extract_histor [--status=STAT] [--format=FORM] [--all_msg] input_file histor

Extract the content of issues listed in input_file to histor

as_run --close_issue --vers=VERS histor

Fill "corrvdev" or "corrvexpl" field (depends on vers) in issues found in histor and eventually close them

as_run --insert_in_db [export_file]

Prepare the profile to insert an execution into a database.


General options


show program's version number and exit

-h, --help

show this help message and exit

-v, --verbose

increase verbosity


run as silent as possible

-g, --debug

print debugging information


disable printing of debugging information to stderr

-f, --force

force operations which can be cached (download, compilation...)


value of DISPLAY variable (NOTE : some functions read it from a file)


use resources directory $HOME/.astkrc_'SUFFIX'


remote protocol used for shell commands


remote protocol used to copy files and directories


editor command


login on the development server (name/ip address is usually set in /etc/codeaster/asrun)

Options for maintenance operations


filters applied to the testcases parameters : 'nom_para < valeur' (supported comparison <, >, =).


Code_Aster version to used (for get, show, getop)


Force upgrade to the next release (for example from 10.1.xx to 10.2.0)

-o FILE, --output=FILE

redirect the result to FILE instead of stdout.


one or more directories (comma separated) containing additionnal python source files


use another "config.txt" file (only used for make, update and auto_update).


report only errors (but time spent by passed testcases is included)


one or more directories (comma separated) containing additionnal fortran source files

-a, --all

get all the files of the test


root directory to install


update a version increment by increment and keep intermediate executable


keep testcases matching the given regular expression (or simple string).


a unigest file (for deletion)


keep testcases using the given command and keywords.


list of the testcases


email address to send the report of a execution (only used for --auto_update)


file containing testlist.FILTRE classes. See [...]/share/codeaster/asrun/examples/ for an example.


testcases directory to watch


development version of Code_Aster (for make, update, auto_update, getversion)

-l, --local

files will not been searched on a server but on the local machine


force remote files search (reverse of --local)

Options for operations on jobs


signal to the job (KILL|USR1)

Options for issue tracker interface


raise an error if issues are not in this status


retrieve all the messages of issues


format of generated histor file (text or html)


/etc/codeaster default configuration directory /etc/codeaster/astkrc default configuration directory for astk


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