[Users] simfactory change allocation bug
schnetter at cct.lsu.edu
Sat Jan 7 10:54:21 CST 2012
The allocation information should not be in the submit script -- the
submit script should use @ALLOCATION@, and the allocation information
should come from the MDB (including defs.local.ini).
You are may trying to re-submit an existing simulation. By default,
this will re-use the information from the previous restart. You should
be able to give an option --allocation=... when re-submitting.
You can also check the directories SIMFACTORY/run/SubmitScript,
output-????/SIMFACTORY/properties.ini to look what allocation is
On Sat, Jan 7, 2012 at 11:06 AM, Ian Hinder <ian.hinder at aei.mpg.de> wrote:
> On 6 Jan 2012, at 22:12, Petr Tsatsin wrote:
> Recently my allocation on qb has been changed. So, I changed allocation
> in defs.local.ini to a new one. However when i tried to submit a job my old
> allocation has been used in a submitscript instead. How can I fix this?
> If you edit a submit script, simfactory does not use the changed version.
> You have to find out the name of the script and do
> sim build <config> --scriptfile <scriptname>
> i.e. you need to explicitly give the scriptfile name and rebuild the
> configuration (this should be fast as nothing else needs rebuilding).
> SimFactory considers the submit script to be a part of the Cactus
> configuration, so you need to build the configuration to change the submit
> script. We had some discussion in the past about changing this so that the
> submit script was treated just like any other source file, and the new
> version would be used automatically if it was changed, but this was never
> Ian Hinder
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