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Re: [Condor-users] Question about transferring files and default dirs
- Date: Fri, 20 Aug 2004 08:56:19 -0500
- From: Alain Roy <roy@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [Condor-users] Question about transferring files and default dirs
I am submitting a job from this folder /home/anayar/mw/examples/cactus to a
condor pool and i my submit file I am transferring input files located in the
same dir, now on other machines in the pool I have a /home/anayar dir but
nothing inside it, will it be a problem when the job runs since it cannot
find the path.
Condor doesn't transfer files to the same directory on the other computer.
From Section 2.5.4 of the manual:
Condor will transfer any files needed by a job from the machine where the
job was submitted into a temporary working directory on the machine where
the job is to be executed.
If you want to use file transfer, this is a good section to read.
If your job expects to find files in a particular directory, it may be
upset. Condor will make a directory that looks the same, run the job, then
clean up the directory when you are done. This is a good way to go, but it
requires that you don't hard code full pathnames in your program.
This is also a MW question, because the code runs through but all the MWprint
statements given in the Worker and Task classes dont seem to get printed in
the out_master.file, so how do I know where it is going wrong??
I don't have any experience with MW, so I can't help you with this, sorry.