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Old   February 21, 2017, 06:23
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And this part is your local cluster configuration problem. Or maybe problem of not careful enough reading of the cluster user guide.

Maybe someone else has desire to go through all these "and what is the contents of stderr log file?", "what log file?" "one with *.e<digits> name", "there is not such file" etc.
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Hello Bill,
A Good day to you.

Have you tried running each command of the bash script you have written as individual commands from the command prompt? That way, you can debug each command to see where the error is taking place.

Another option could be to try (at the command prompt):
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./<scriptname> &> result.log
This will dump all the output which the script produces to the file, hence allowing you to debug it.

Hope this helps you a little.

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Old   February 24, 2017, 05:58
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Hello Bill,
A Good day to you.

Have you tried running each command of the bash script you have written as individual commands from the command prompt? That way, you can debug each command to see where the error is taking place.

Another option could be to try (at the command prompt):
Code:
./<scriptname> &> result.log
This will dump all the output which the script produces to the file, hence allowing you to debug it.

Hope this helps you a little.

Regards,
Philippose
Dear Philippose,
Thank you for your professional reply.
Problem solved.
Your way saved me a lot of time.Brilliant answer!!!
Have a good day.
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Bill
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