[Pw_forum] Building CVS - problems

Konstantin Kudin konstantin_kudin at yahoo.com
Tue Feb 24 18:27:05 CET 2004

--- Gerardo Ballabio <g.ballabio at cineca.it> wrote:
> There's nothing magic. Our IBM SP4 machine here at
> Cineca
> (sp.sp4.cineca.it) is configured so as to enforce
> the policy that no
> parallel job can be run outside the LoadLeveler
> batch queuing system.
> Among the configured queues there is an
> "interactive" queue, and
> parallel programs run from the command line are
> automatically routed
> through that queue. If there aren't available
> processors when the
> command is issued, LoadLeveler tries a few times and
> then gives up -- as
> configure sees it, your program "fails to run".

 Since this whole business seems to have gotten way to
complicated for an average user to handle, should
there be like a flag saying that "forget this test",
and assume yes? Adding flags to bypass certain tests
in "configure" is a slippery slope, but it seems to be
worth it in this situation.


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