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Re: [condor-users] jobs not working in standard universe

On Thu, Feb 26, 2004 at 03:05:31PM +1100, bob@xxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
> Hey Guys,
> I hav a basic program that all it does is print "Hello World!". It works
> fine if I submit it to the vanilla universe, but when I compile it with
> condor compile and submit it to the standard universe it doesn't work.
> After I have compiled it with condor_compile, if I try and run it stand
> alone (not submit it to condor) it gives me an "Illegal Instruction" error
> message and that is it.
> If I submit it to condor, it gets farmed out to a node in my pool, but
> dies straight away.

The daemons say that you are using the redhat 72 version of Condor. Are
you on redhat 72 machines using the gcc/g++/g77 2.96 compiler to produce
your executables?

If you could:

condor_compile gcc -v -g -Wall yourprogram.c -o yourprogram

and then:


Now, if you get an illegal instruction error, then:

gdb ./yourprogram
(gdb) r

<output detailing the illegal instruction>

(gdb) quit

and then send to this list the output of all of the programs you just ran.


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