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Re: [Condor-users] Unix file path as DAGMan variable

Cheers Kent,

I tested this and it works fine.

Also I don't think it is documented (at least I
haven't seen it) but varible names with underscores in
them don't go down too well with DAGMan either. 

It seems varible names should just be alphabetic
I get "Failed to parse dagfile" if I use names like

No harm to specify the syntax for varible names in the
DAGMan section of the manual.

Thanks again,
O. C.

--- "R. Kent Wenger" <wenger@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> On Tue, 16 May 2006, o c wrote:
> > I've tried this with versions 6.6.11 & 6.7.19.
> > ALL_DEBUG is set to D_ALL.
> >
> > Attached bundle contains:
> > 1. job file "beam.job"
> > 2. dagman file "med_app.dag"
> > 3. dagman.out file.
> >
> > Without using the $(INPUTSRC) i.e., by putting
> full
> > paths into the beam.job file, the job runs
> > successfully.
> I did a bunch more testing on this, and it looks
> like the problem is that
> condor_submit specifically does not like a variable
> called QUEUENUM.
> I don't yet know why this is the case, but in my
> testing, inserting the
> QUEUENUM="1" variable causes things to get goofed
> up.  The fact that I
> didn't have that exact variable in my initial tests
> is why they worked.
> So if you change QUEUENUM to something else
> (probably *not* starting
> with QUEUE) I think you will be okay.
> Kent Wenger
> Condor Team
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