Opened 4 years ago

Closed 4 years ago

#1560 closed help (fixed)

compilation failure

Reported by: ggxmy Owned by: um_support
Component: UM Model Keywords: compilation
Cc: Platform: ARCHER
UM Version: 8.4


Today I have a problem in compiling my UM job tdwps. At first I was trying to use the temporary drive /work/v01/v01 and now I'm using the regular /work/n02/n02 directory but they fail in the same way. As an attempt, I created a fresh copy of my previously working job, but the result is exactly the same.

Below is copy of the last few lines of the comments I got (which is actually the mixture of messages to be left in .leave file and those to the command line).

cd /home2/n02/n02/masara/umui_runs
mkdir: cannot create directory `/um': Permission denied
->Make: 576 seconds
/home/n02/n02/masara/um/tdwpt/umatmos/etc: remove
/home/n02/n02/masara/um/tdwpt/umatmos/lib: remove
/home/n02/n02/masara/um/tdwpt/umatmos/tmp: remove
->TOTAL: 719 seconds
Build command finished on Mon May 11 17:18:35 2015.
UMATMOS build is OK
mkdir /um/tdwpt/bin failed

I think the last line may actually mean to create /work/n02/n02/masara/um/tdwps/bin but for some reason it tries to create /um/tdwpt/bin ?. I manually created /work/n02/n02/masara/um/tdwps/bin without a problem but this directory remains empty after another attempt of compilation (and therefore I cannot run the job).

Can you see the problem? Is this related to the recent situations of ARCHER?


Change History (3)

comment:1 Changed 4 years ago by ros

Hi Masaru,

I can't see anything wrong with the setup of your job. $DATADIR should be picked up from your .profile. It may be ARCHER was still having problems when you last submitted. Can you please try resubmitting the job to confirm that you are still getting this problem.


comment:2 Changed 4 years ago by ggxmy

HI Ros.,

Thank you. It works today. So please close this case.


comment:3 Changed 4 years ago by ggxmy

  • Resolution set to fixed
  • Status changed from new to closed
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