Messsages in Error File
- The error message "stty:: Function not implemented" in PBS error file:
According to the Center for High Perfomance Computing, this is not actually an error, but a normal message.
PBS is just reminding you that you cannot use any stty commands in batch mode
(in your "dot" files, for instance -- .login, .cshrc, .profile).
For more details, see the CHPC site.
- The error "PBS: job killed: mem 142147584 exceeded limit 125829120" in PBS error file:
You must make sure you specify enough memory when you submit the job to PBS.
If in doubt, try specifying a lot more memory than you think you need.
Gaussian Users: You must also specify enough memory in your input file.
Memory specified in the input file will take precedence over memory specified to PBS.
- The error message "Job rejected by all possible destinations", on Sweetgum:
By default, sweetgum accounts are only authorized to use the modes modest queues on each MCSR system In order to use a more priveeged queue (with access to more resources), your account will require special authorization. You can request this by emailing us a description of why you need access to the queue. Please be as specific and detailed as possible.
Why does the system not find the files that it needs (PBS script, user input file, on /ptmp or home dir.)?
By default, PBS thinks your home/login directory is your working directory when it
starts running your job. If your executable program is not in your home directory, you
may direct PBS to it in one of the following ways:
- In your PBS script, specify the absolute path name of the executable, so that PBS
will find it regardless of what it considers to be the working directory.
In your PBS script, include a line to explicity change directories to your desired
working directory, before running your executable.
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