[GE users] corrected job file of my previous post... reposted message
james.coomer at sun.com
Thu Feb 4 13:24:46 GMT 2010
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ifort isn't in the path when your script executes.
either setup your path in the script or pass forward your environment variable settings with the job submission using
-V Available for qsub, qsh, qrsh with command and qalter.
Specifies that all environment variables active within
the qsub utility be exported to the context of the job.
or just send your PATH settings with
Available for qsub, qrsh (with command argument) and
Defines or redefines the environment variables to be
exported to the execution context of the job. If the
-v option is present Sun Grid Engine will add the
environment variables defined as arguments to the
switch and, optionally, values of specified variables,
to the execution context of the job.
On 4 Feb 2010, at 13:07, legol18 wrote:
I just started using the grid engine on my cluster.
I use "g77", "ifort" or "icc" for compiling my programs and they are already installed on the cluster.
I am creating the job script inside which I am compiling the program and executing it ::
JOB FILE :
# compile the fortran code then execute it with the ./ option
ifort test.f90 -o test
Now, as mentioned, I have ifort installed on my cluster still the process gets terminated with the following error
opt/gridengine/defau?lt/spool/compute-0-0?/job_scripts/53: line 9: ifort: command not found
/opt/gridengine/defa?ult/spool/compute-0-?0/job_scripts/53: line 10: ./test: No such file or directory
On the other hand if I try running a previously complied executable, it works fine.
Am I missing something?
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