[Users] Einstein toolkit Somerville release issue
rhaas at illinois.edu
Mon Nov 30 10:11:19 CST 2020
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In your case:
* Sommerville is quite old (5 years) and not all options shown in the
current tutorial notebook are supported
* in particular the "-j" option to simfactory (to build in parallel
using make's own "-j" option) is not supported
* the easiest fix is to leave out the option "-j2" which will compile
using 1 compilation process (so will be quite slow)
Hope this helps.
> Dear professor Roland Haas,
> I am having an issue in installing the Somerville release 2015 of the Einstein toolkit on Ubuntu 20.04. I get an error in configuring the ET using 'Simfactory'. The error is below
> > %%bash
> > ./simfactory/bin/sim build -j2 --thornlist ../einsteintoolkit.th
> > CalledProcessError: Command 'b'./simfactory/bin/sim build -j2 --thornlist ../einsteintoolkit.th\n'' returned non-zero exit status 2.
> The image of the output is also attached. I request your assistance to fix the error. I am sorry if this email is causing you any inconvenience.
> Thank you,
> Best regards
> Karima shahzad
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