[Users] problem with first example simulation with ETK
schnetter at cct.lsu.edu
Tue Jan 10 20:05:44 CST 2012
If you made an error submitting the simulation when you submitted the
first time, then simfactory will remember some of these choices, and
will ignore some of your command line arguments. You will either have
to delete the simulation, or create a completely new simulation by
choosing a different name.
Can you replace the simulation name "static_tov" by something else? It
does not have to be related to the parameter file name. This will
create a new simulation.
On Tue, Jan 10, 2012 at 7:31 PM, Jose Fiestas Iquira <jafiestas at lbl.gov> wrote:
> Dear ETK users,
> I am trying to run the ETK example as in
> Since /scratch/ettest24/simulations could not be find I created it.
> Now, after submission of the script with:
> $ ./simfactory/bin/sim submit static_tov --parfile=par/static_tov.par
> --procs=32 --walltime=8:0:0
> it gives me, for example:
> $ Assigned restart id: 3
> Executing submit command: qsub
> (I submitted it for the 3. time)
> $ ./simfactory/bin/sim list-simulations
> gives me:
> $ static_tov [ACTIVE (FINISHED), restart 0003, job id -1]
> But I can not visualize the data, if present. Because:
> ~/scratch/simulations/static_tov/output-0000/static_tov (as in the
> tutorial) does not exist.
> But it exists in my user directory:
> only any .asc file exists. So, I can not visualize the example (if run ...)
> Few questions about the tutorial:
> - Do I need a create a script for the example? Or is created automatically?
> - How long should it take the example? Is it possible it is still running?
> - Is ssh -Y qb.loni.org a typo? should be -X
> Thank you and regards,
> On Tue, Dec 13, 2011 at 4:45 PM, Jose Fiestas Iquira <jafiestas at lbl.gov> wrote:
>> Dear colleagues,
>> I am a new ETK user and am running my first example simulation as described here
>> I could not finish the example after:
>> ./simfactory/bin/sim submit static_tov --parfile=par/static_tov.par
>> --procs=32 --walltime=8:0:0
>> with the following error message:
>> Parameter file: /home/ettest24/Cactus/par/static_tov.par
>> Error: could not access simulation base directory
>> /scratch/ettest24/simulations for reading and writing
>> Aborting Simfactory.
>> Probably my LONI account is not completely set, or need to copy some
>> data in /scratch/ettest24/simulations/ which does not exist?
>> Would appreciate any help.
>> All the best,
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