Hi Stephen, I did try to include the -V flag in the interactive mode (i.e. qsub -I -V) and I saw no difference in the error outcome. Thanks, Tsz Ka
On 2/17/2011 11:19 AM, Stephen Skory wrote:
I used the same python (~/yt-ppc64/bin/python) as I did in the command line. I think I tried python2.6 but I got the same error. (Actually how are they different?) The machine I am using is the Turing cluster in UI (http://www.cse.illinois.edu/turing/), which is an Apple Xserve cluster using G5 processors. You can find on the website some information about it. Sorry I am not that familiar with cluster issues. I suppose the nodes have full installation, though I don't know where to check. I am using the default compilers on Turing, which are gcc for C/C++ and xlf for Fortran.
I'm going to chime in here. I noticed that on their FAQ page:
There's something about path problems on compute nodes. Your error could be due to a library problem (i.e. DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH). Have you tried submitting your job with a "#PBS -V" that keeps your environment for the job?
Matt may have some other bright ideas...
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