[GE users] newbie problem ... help needed

craffi dag at sonsorol.org
Thu Feb 4 13:54:28 GMT 2010


The "ifort: command not found" is pretty self-explanatory. Your path and 
environment may be different when running under SGE.

For testing and debugging try using the full absolute path to the 
compiler binaries when you are compiling. That should help.

-Chris



legol18 wrote:
> Hi,
>
> 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 :
> ____________________________________________
>
> # /bin/csh
>
> cd /home/rajat/oldb/popl/lxpeff
> # compile the fortran code then execute it with the ./ option
> g77 test.f90 -o test
> ./test
> ____________________________________________
>
> Now, as mentioned, I have ifort installed on my cluster still the process gets terminated with the following error
>
> ERROR :
> _____________________________________________
>
> opt/gridengine/default/spool/compute-0-0/job_scripts/53: line 9: ifort: command not found
> /opt/gridengine/default/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 (which I compile normally on the terminal), it works fine.
>
> Am I missing something?
>
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