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All the machines on the batch farm are not the same

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The batch farm is a heterogenous collection of machines; that is, they're not all running the same version of Fedora Core, nor do they all have the same version of gcc installed. If you're having problems with programs crashing on some systems but not on others, please read this page on compiler tools that can help solve this problem.
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The batch farm is a heterogenous collection of machines; that is, they're not all running the same version of Fedora, nor do they all have the same version of gcc installed. If you're having problems with programs crashing on some systems but not on others, please read this page on compiler tools that can help solve this problem.

"Why isn't my job running on all the machines in the batch farm?"

You didn't read the previous section, did you?

Here it is again: Not all machines in the farm are the same; they run different versions of Fedora. Make sure you use the standardized compiler to compile your programs.

You'll also want to set up the standard Nevis environment explicitly in your jobs. If you look at the example described below, you'll see that the shell scripts all contain command such as:

source /usr/nevis/adm/nevis-init.sh
setup root geant4

Finally, don't forget to set initialdir in your condor submit file.

 

Examples

 
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