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Re: [Condor-users] Unable to run with mutiple files.
- Date: Wed, 25 May 2005 12:23:02 -0500
- From: Erik Paulson <epaulson@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [Condor-users] Unable to run with mutiple files.
On Wed, May 25, 2005 at 12:18:52PM -0500, Srirangam Addepalli wrote:
> I have a executable which requires three more files to be in the same
> directory where it is located to run a job. I was trying the following
> script which i thought should work. How ever the executable is not able to
> find the other three files. Do i need to be exporting any other variable to
> run this job.
No, you're misusing 'input'.
input is the file that will be used for stdin of the job.
You really want something like:
transfer_input_files = 1.inp, GENBAS, messages, comdyn.f
(and it's transfer_input_files, not transfe_input_file)
Those files will be dropped in the working directory of the job.
It's up to your program to find them, either because it knows to
look in the current directory, or you specify it on the command
line (in which case you'll need to have an 'arguments = <something>'
line in your submit file.
> *My submit description file*
> universe = vanilla
> environment = path=c:\winnt\system32
> executable = executable.exe
> ShouldTransferFiles = ALWAYS
> WhenToTransferOutput = ON_EXIT
> input = 1.inp
> input= GENBAS
> input = messages
> input = comdyn.f
> output= 1.out
> error = 1.err
> log = 1.log
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