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Re: [Condor-users] condor_compile a shell script
- Date: Mon, 08 Aug 2005 11:37:11 -0700
- From: Rajesh Rajamani <raj@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [Condor-users] condor_compile a shell script
Can I ask why you'd like to condor_compile your shell script - if it is
just to make sure that your job doesn't restart from the beginning, you
could consider doing some sort of "application aware checkpointing".
For instance, have your shell script write a counter to a log file and
start from that point if it is restarted.
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Li-Yung Ho wrote:
> On Thu, 4 Aug 2005 09:23:14 -0400, Ian Chesal wrote
>>>I condor_compile a bash script ( sh_loop in example ) but it said
>>>ld was not invoked"
>>>I have fully installed condor compile (change ld to condor ld) and
>>>FAQ - "When I use condor_ compile to produce a job, I get an error
>>>says, "Internal ld was not invoked!". What does this mean?"
>>>but it doesn't mention about the error with shell script ...
>>>So, does anyone have the experience about condor_compiling a shell
>>You cannot compile a shell script with condor_compile. See:
>>You can use condor_compile with the following compilers:
>>gcc, g++, g77, cc, acc, c89, CC, f77, fort77, ld, pgcc, pgf77, pgf90,
>> or pghpf
>>So you have to write in a language supported by one of those compilers.
>>None of them support bash.
>>To use the sh_loop example simply type:
>> condor_submit sh_loop.cmd
>>You'll need to have bash in your path on your startd node for the
>>sh_loop script to execute properly.
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> Thanks Ian
> But I read the following in
> If the Condor administrator has opted to fully install condor_ compile, then
> condor_ compile can be followed by practically any command or program,
> including make or shell-script programs. For example, the following would
> all work:
> condor_compile make
> condor_compile make install
> condor_compile f77 -O mysolver.f
> condor_compile /bin/csh compile-me-shellscript
> Doesn't it mean that I can condor_compile shell script ??
> Best regards
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