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Pankaj Singh September 25, 2010 04:20

GLIBCXX_3.4.9 not found error
 
Hi,

I was able to successfully run and install OpenFoam 1.7.0 on my local machine (Suse 11.1)

I needed to run OF in parallel so i did a NFS mount of my local machine to a cluster with 16 processors (passwordless ssh).

But now when i give parallel run as suggested in OF-user guide, i get many errors, all saying same thing:

Code:

rhoSimpleFoam: /usr/lib64/libstdc++.so.6: version `GLIBCXX_3.4.9' not found (required by rhoSimpleFoam)
There are many such error statements but all complaining same thing: GLIBCXX_3.4.9 not found.

Further information:


Local machine: OF1.7.0 installed in this machine.
OS = Suse 11.1
gcc = 4.3.2
cmake = 2.8.2
Qt =4.6.2

Cluster:
OS = Red Hat Enterprise Linux ES release 4 (Nahant Update 6)
gcc = 3.4.6
cmake = command not found
Qt = 3.3.3

I get same error when i login to cluster and run OF on single processor (just to check if there is problem with parallel run alone).

Also, i was able to run OF in parallel with another machine (Suse 11.1), but problem is that machine has got just 2 processors.

Am struggling on this for past many days. Saw some forums about this error but am not sure really.

Any help will be greatly appreciated.

Regards
Pankaj

Pankaj Singh September 26, 2010 22:17

Do i have to install OF on cluster??

But my cluster is RHEL4.x with pretty outdated stuff.

Cluster is used by many other users, so i think i will have to do some local installation of gcc/cmake/qt and many other stuffs. But am not sure how and what all is needed for that.

There is a thread for installation on RHEL5.x. Will that work for RHEL4.x?? I dont want to experiment with cluster as it is used by many other people. So would appreciate if someone who has already done it before can guide me.


Regards
Pankaj


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