Difference: Condor (10 vs. 11)

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Batch Services at Nevis

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  then your job won't execute if the amount of memory per job queue is 1024 or less, including those machines with 1023 MB per queue to due rounding in the memory calculation.
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If you think your job with ID 4402 should be able to execute on machine batch04, you can compare what condor thinks are the jobs requirements against what the machine offers:
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If you think your job with ID 4402 should be able to execute on machine batch04, you can compare what condor thinks are the job's requirements against what the machine offers:
 
condor_q -long -global 4402
condor_status -long batch04
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Use the vanilla environment

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We have discovered that the vanilla environment described in the Condor manual does not behave exactly as documented at Nevis. The following advice may be helpful:
 Unless you've specifically used the condor_compile command to compile your programs, you must submit your jobs in the "vanilla" universe. Any program that uses shared libraries cannot use condor_compile, and this includes most of the physics software at Nevis. Therefore, you are almost certainly required to have the following line in a command script:

universe = vanilla
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sh-style shells versus csh-style shells

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We have discovered that the vanilla environment described in the Condor manual does not behave exactly as documented at Nevis. The following advice may be helpful:
 There appears to be a difference in the way the sh and csh shells handle files in Condor. In sh, bash, or zsh (the default at Nevis) the examples in the Condor manual basically work as they are. In csh or tcsh, the scripts will fail due to "file not found" errors unless you do one of the following:

  • Transfer all working files to the executing machine with the lines:
 
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