I'm not sure if that is correct. I have a couple of other libraries that I'm linking to libxls, xlslib, mariadb but the code compiles with no major issues a few gtk deprecation warnings but otherwise it compiles cleanly. HasFileTransfer 1 1 jobs; 1 idle, 0 running, 0 held Sure enough, we're asking for too much memory. The goes into more depth for troubleshooting. What I should have said was the Docker image builds successfully.
But the screenshot shows what I did. We'll be using the most recent release, Condor version 6. Therefore in a busy cmslpc farm, job requirements for memory and disk will needlessly restrict a job. How to proceed to make it work? This is convient for a tutorial, but will leave lots of out of date information in the file in a production environment. Have a question about this project? You can either jump to the section below that describes your problem, or, if you are not sure where to begin, see for how to email us or follow our directions for. In addition, you can search this page for a key phrase from your error. I want to check on a running job.
What can cause the above error? Oracle offers a comprehensive and fully integrated stack of cloud applications and platform services. So we'll correct the assumptions. This isn't strictly necessary, but it reduces the amount of configuration we'll need to do. For example, the error is most frequently seen when trying to chroot to a 64-bit system eg. I will add libxls and xlslib when I get a few moments. Ive tried a few version of cathash and every one of them seem to be having the same problem. I'm trying to run a program, but an error happens like this: bash:.
Unfortunately it's missing from 6. Don't hesitate to email with questions. Shall probably ask the same question on www. Here is the kind of information you can find in each file. It turned out the user above had extra commands in the condor job file to hold the job if it went over requested memory. Your job should have run on your machine, and no one else's jobs should have run on your machine.
This can also occur if you attempt to run an x86-64 executable on a 32-bit platform. The system will work, but we'll run into some nuisances. On both systems, uname reports i686 How can I chroot in to fix the initrd? Looks like I am getting system error:exec format error because of it, can somebody comment on it? Here is my job file keep in mind that I have been changing it over and over trying the smallest things. You might also want to modify the arguments so that the second argument is only 10 instead of 100. It is also present in some 6. All we need to do is pick one machine and have all of the others report.
Which did not show the Exec format error. It also describes resource use, and where the job ran. This is one such case. Those are transient, Condor is simply probing for capabilities on start up. And I think I must have used a 32-bit installation and thought it was 64 bits; that appears to be the only way to get such an error message. Any help would be appreciated. I am new to this forum, please help me out.
What can cause the above error? In this Document My Oracle Support provides customers with access to over a million knowledge articles and a vibrant support community of peers and Oracle experts. It typically means that there is a configuration problem, either in the machine configuration, or in the user's job. I use same method mentioned by Rico. The stdout and stderr are transferred after the job is finished. I'm burning a 64-bit live cd now to find out.
Check that you have one machine the one you're sitting in front of , in your pool. Try using the rescue disk for that version of Linux. Hooked them together in that order with a new 'target' file and started the 'target' file with the 'timer'. Condor Administration Tutorial: Hands On Workbook Condor Administration Tutorial: Hands On Workbook You will probably want to keep two windows open, one for root, one for student. This is a vanilla job, so we'll either need a shared file system or Condor's file transfer support. Shall probably ask the same question on www.