Hi Ian,

Sorry! I forgot to reply to all.

My symfactory defs.local.ini is:


[default]
user            = mkb14ip002
email           = mkb14ip002
allocation      = NO_ALLOCATION

[CESSI-BEAST]
user            = mkb14ip002
email           = mkb14ip002
allocation      = NO_ALLOCATION
basedir     = /disk1/maitraya/Einstein_Toolkit/ET_Simulations

My machine is CESSI-BEAST, something that I added later for basedir to work.

The command I typed was:  ./simfactory/bin/sim submit static_tov
--parfile=par/static_tov.par --procs=20 --walltime=8:0:0

And the output:
Warning: simulation "static_tov" does not exist or is not readable
Parameter file: /disk1/maitraya/Einstein_Toolkit/Cactus/par/static_tov.par
Skeleton Created
Job directory: "/disk1/maitraya/Einstein_Toolkit/ET_Simulations/static_tov"
Executable: "/disk1/maitraya/Einstein_Toolkit/Cactus/exe/cactus_sim"
Option list:
"/disk1/maitraya/Einstein_Toolkit/ET_Simulations/static_tov/SIMFACTORY/cfg/OptionList"
Submit script:
"/disk1/maitraya/Einstein_Toolkit/ET_Simulations/static_tov/SIMFACTORY/run/SubmitScript"
Run script:
"/disk1/maitraya/Einstein_Toolkit/ET_Simulations/static_tov/SIMFACTORY/run/RunScript"
Parameter file:
"/disk1/maitraya/Einstein_Toolkit/ET_Simulations/static_tov/SIMFACTORY/par/static_tov.par"
Assigned restart id: 0
Error: Too many nodes specified: nodes=20 (maxnodes is 1)
Aborting Simfactory.

Thanks,
Maitraya.


On Thu, Aug 10, 2017 at 9:49 PM, Ian Hinder <ian.hin...@aei.mpg.de> wrote:

>
> On 10 Aug 2017, at 11:08, Maitraya Bhattacharyya <maitraya.li...@gmail.com>
> wrote:
>
> Hi Ian,
>
> I have got the basedir to work, but I cannot seem to change procs=1
>
> Error: Too many nodes specified: nodes=20 (maxnodes is 1)
> Aborting Simfactory.
>
> When I used ubuntu.in, the ppn there was set to 256.
>
>
> Hi,
>
> (Please reply also to the list so that other can benefit.  I have re-added
> users@einsteintoolkit.org to the CC.)
>
> Can you post:
>
> 1. The command that you typed and the error message
> 2. The content of defs.local.ini
> 3. The machine definition for the machine you are using
>
> I assume you are trying now to use ubuntu.ini?
>
> --
> Ian Hinder
> http://members.aei.mpg.de/ianhin
>
>
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