On Jan 23, 2013, at 4:09 PM, Luobin Yang wrote:
> I ran into this error and I found the following thread discussing the
> problem, interestingly, for my system, the computer node runs the same Python
> version as the head node, but with a newer OS version, but it also generates
> this error. Does this mean the Galaxy system requires the computer nodes in a
> cluster to have the same version of OS and the same version of Python?
If you remove the galaxy-dist/eggs/ directory and then run:
galaxy-dist% python ./scripts/fetch_eggs.py
On both the galaxy server and the cluster, the output should reveal the
differences in what platforms are being detected. It's not required that they
be the same OS or Python version, but if they differ they will both need to
acquire platform-specific eggs. Normally missing eggs are fetched
automatically, but there are a few cases where you have to run fetch_eggs.py by
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