[gridengine users] CFX tight integration
Murphy, Brian (E IT F PR ORL 2)
brian.murphy at siemens.com
Sun Nov 27 21:41:24 UTC 2011
It may not be ans SGE env that is the issue. I would echo and diff them all.
From: wish.dumain at gmail.com [mailto:wish.dumain at gmail.com] On Behalf Of William Hay
Sent: Sunday, November 27, 2011 3:04 AM
To: Murphy, Brian (E IT F PR ORL 2); users at gridengine.org
Subject: Re: [gridengine users] CFX tight integration
On 26 November 2011 21:36, Murphy, Brian (E IT F PR ORL 2)
<brian.murphy at siemens.com> wrote:
> Sorry I'm responding directly to you ... haven't figured out how to respond the the list yet ....
CCing the list in reply.
> Anyway, I assume you have your keys setup for passwordless ssh.
Yes. The same wrapper works for other versions of MPI
> Maybe you can echo out your environment at different stages of the process and compare them ... maybe something is getting dropped.
I had the same idea so I had the wrapper save the key grid engine
environment variables(SGE ROOT, JOB_ID and TASK_ID to a file just
before invoking qrsh and all seems sensible).
> -----Original Message-----
> From: wish.dumain at gmail.com [mailto:wish.dumain at gmail.com] On Behalf Of William Hay
> Sent: Saturday, November 26, 2011 2:21 AM
> To: Murphy, Brian (E IT F PR ORL 2)
> Subject: Re: [gridengine users] CFX tight integration
> On 26 November 2011 06:03, Murphy, Brian (E IT F PR ORL 2)
> <brian.murphy at siemens.com> wrote:
>> Forgive this simple suggestion, but when my users experience this issue with CFX it is usually because their $HOME/.rhosts files is not populated correctly. Have you checked it? Should have an entry like:
>> usertest07 ccaawih
> I don't think I should need this. I point CFX5RSH at a script that
> calls qrsh which in turn calls ssh. ssh doesn't use the .rhosts file
> for authentication. I have the wrapper script save details of what it
> is doing to a file so I know it is calling the right script. When
> called outside CFX it seems to work fine with the commands cfx
> suggests I use to test it.
>> Also, is the host in listed in your <install_root>/CFX/config/hostinfo.ccl file like:
>> HOST DEFINITION: amber
>> Installation Root = /usw/ansys_inc/13.0/v130/CFX
>> Host Architecture String = linux-amd64
>> END # HOST DEFINITION amber
>> That can be a source of similar issues.
> I'll have a look at that thanks.
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