[gridengine users] Open grid compilation error
rayson at scalablelogic.com
Thu Mar 1 16:46:11 UTC 2012
On Thu, Mar 1, 2012 at 3:35 AM, Praveen Kumar
<praveenrocking2008 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Well I am
> using http://bioteam.net/2012/01/building-open-grid-scheduler-on-centos-rhel-6-2/
> for compiling it from source. You gave location already compiled binaries,
And also we have the precompiled binary for x64 Linux:
(And thanks the BioTeam for publishing the step by step guide. When I
have time to verify the build, I will put it on our homepage.)
> Can you please provide some info so that I can get rid of this error
We usually compile with: aimk -no-java -no-jni
That's for not compiling/enabling Java support (most don't need Java -
most of us don't even use the Java installer), but if you do want to
have Java support, then make sure that the JAVA_HOME env. var is setup
To find the real home install directory of Java, use: readlink -f `which java`
This is not needed for Sun JDK, but on Fedora the default is the
IceTea JDK (and 'which java' used in the build script does not get the
correct location of the Java home on Fedora).
(I use dual-boot Oracle Linux & Fedora on my main development machine.
I find it easier to build Grid Engine on Oracle Linux with Sun JDK, as
obviously the original developers of Sun Grid Engine used the Sun JDK.
The precompiled binary on DropBox also uses the Sun JDK to reduce Java
> and also I need compiled windows client binary,
If you just need to use the client side of commands (like qstat,
qhost, qsub, etc), you can try the *more experimental* Cygwin support,
which will be released with the next patch release of OGS - Grid
Engine 2011.11-update 0-patch 1. The the code is already in our svn,
but it will be marked as "Tech Preview".
The official Windows support in Grid Engine uses SFU (Services for
UNIX). It is still the official Windows port, but some sites find it
easier to use Cygwin.
(Of course, there is still the need for a real native Windows port. We
don't have an ETA on the real WIN32, ie. Windows API - for those who
find it annonying that WIN32 can be 64-bit :-D port. We started some
*very* early stage work last year.)
Let me know if the Cygwin port is good enough for your client side
need, and if not, I will compile Grid Engine on Windows (and send you
the binaries) when I have time.
> for that should I have to
> compile the source again or from some location I can get binary files for
> Thanks and Regards,
> Praveen kumar
> Blog: http://kumar-pravin.blogspot.com
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