|April 20, 2009, 05:14||
Using *-par-file in batch mode
Join Date: Apr 2009
Location: Schleswig, Germany
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I'm trying to run a series of jobs in parallel on a linux cluster. Starting jobs from a batch file as well as from command line works as long as I run the partitioner (cfx5solve -def model.def -part-mode orcb -par-dist 'host01*8,host02*8,host03*8,host04*8,host05*8,host 06*8').
Using a partitioner file works as long as I'm starting the job from the command line using cfx5solve -def model.def -par-dist 'host*8,host02*8,host03*8,host04*8,host05*8,host06 *8' -parfile-read model.par. As soon as I try to start the job from a batch file, I get an error message stating that the par-file doesn't exist.
Has anybody got any hints what I should try differently?
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