[GE users] Error with compiling 6.2 from sources

Jean-Christophe Ducom jc_ducom at nd.edu
Thu Oct 16 19:33:38 BST 2008


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I'm trying to compile SGE6.2 from sources on a RHEL5.2 system.

./aimk -only-depend
./scripts/zerodepend
./aimk depend

./aimk -no-intl -no-java -no-jni -kerberos
[...]
gcc -O3 -Wall -Werror -Wstrict-prototypes -D__GRIDENGINE_FD_SETSIZE=8192 
-DLINUX -DLINUXAMD64 -DLINUXAMD64_26 -D_GNU_SOURCE -DGETHOSTBYNAME_R6 
-DGETHOSTBYADDR_R8  -DLOAD_OPENSSL -DLOAD_OPENSSL -DKERBEROS 
-I../security/krb -I/opt/sge/kerberos/lx26-amd64/include 
-I/opt/sge/kerberos/lx26-amd64/include/gssapi -I/usr/lx26-amd64/include/ 
-DSGE_ARCH_STRING=lx26-amd64 -DTARGET_64BIT  -DSPOOLING_dynamic -DSECURE 
-I/usr/lx26-amd64/include -Wno-strict-aliasing -DNO_JNI -DCOMPILE_DC 
-D__SGE_NO_USERMAPPING__ -I../common -I../libs -I../libs/uti 
-I../libs/juti -I../libs/gdi -I../libs/japi -I../libs/sgeobj 
-I../libs/cull -I../libs/rmon -I../libs/comm -I../libs/comm/lists 
-I../libs/sched -I../libs/evc -I../libs/evm -I../libs/mir -I../libs/lck 
-I../daemons/common -I../daemons/qmaster -I../daemons/execd 
-I../daemons/schedd -I../clients/common -I. -fPIC -c 
../libs/cull/cull_what_elem.c
cc1: warnings being treated as errors
../libs/cull/cull_what_elem.c: In function ?lWhatFromElem?:
../libs/cull/cull_what_elem.c:99: warning: format ?%u? expects type 
?unsigned int?, but argument 3 has type ?long int?
make: *** [cull_what_elem.o] Error 1
not done

Mark Olesen reported the same problem back in 2005 for SGE6.0u4
Any way to fix that bug?
How was the 6.2 binary compiled?
Thanks

JC

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