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Subject: Re: [OMPI users] ompi + bash + GE + modules
From: Prentice Bisbal (prentice_at_[hidden])
Date: 2012-01-13 10:10:17

On 01/12/2012 08:40 AM, Dave Love wrote:
> Surely this should be on the gridengine list -- and it's in recent
> archives -- but there's some ob-openmpi below. Can Notre Dame not get
> the support they've paid Univa for?

This is, in fact, in the recent gridengine archives. I brought up this
problem myself within the past couple of months ago.

> Reuti <reuti_at_[hidden]> writes:
>> SGE 6.2u5 can't handle multi line environment variables or functions,
>> it was fixed in 6.2u6 which isn't free.
> [It's not listed for 6.2u6.] For what it's worth, my fix for Sun's fix
> is
>> Do you use -V while submitting the job? Just ignore the error or look
>> into Son of Gridengine which fixed it too.
> Of course
> you can always avoid the issue by not using `export -f', which isn't in
> the modules version we have. I default -V in sge_request and load
> the open-mpi module in the job submission session. I don't
> fin whatever problems it causes, and it works for binaries like
> qsub -b y ... mpirun ...
> However, the folkloristic examples here typically load the module stuff
> in the job script.
>> If you can avoid -V, then it could be defined in any of the .profile
>> or alike if you use -l as suggested. You could even define a
>> started_method in SGE to define it for all users by default and avoid
>> to use -V:
>> #!/bin/sh
>> module() { }
>> export -f module
>> exec "${@}"
> That won't work for example if someone is tasteless enough to submit csh.
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