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Re: [Condor-users] problem submitting a job

Hi Jamie....

I am running the job on the same machine for now just trying to get it up and running before throwing in another machine. I did try the transfer thing as well and get the same thing.

Jaime Frey wrote:

On Thu, 3 Feb 2005, Matt Hope wrote:

On Thu, 03 Feb 2005 12:33:52 -0500, Darryl Cook <dlc@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Ok....after hours of work I finally have condor running (almost).    I
have started all of the daemons as root (version 6.6.8).   I have
submitted a job with the following script and it shows up in the queue
and seems to run but I get no output.   I have looked through all of the
logs and there are no errors being reported either.  Below the script
Ill attach the user log that is created as well.   Any help appreciated!!



test2.out has nothing in it......the following is in test1.log

add error=test2.err

you should then see any errors output from ls.

can I suggest that instead of ls you actually submit a job which does
something NOT dependent on it's resident environment...

a simple hello world is probably a good idea...

Something to watch out for is that Condor-G is transferring your local /bin/ls to be executed on the remote machine. The ls will fail if the platforms are different. To run a program that's on the remote machine, add "TransferExecutable=false" to your submit file.

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