Problem with --remote numrel02

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Erik Schnetter created an issue

I tried to build remotely from my notebook on numrel02, and received the following errors:

$ ./simfactory/sim --remote numrel02 build --debug sim: manage and submit cactus jobs

defs: /Users/eschnett/EinsteinToolkit-hg/simfactory/etc/defs.ini defs.local: /Users/eschnett/EinsteinToolkit-hg/simfactory/etc/defs.local.ini

Building for remote machine: numrel02 Executing: { :; } && ssh eschnett@numrel02.cct.lsu.edu '/home/eschnett/EinsteinToolkit-hg/simfactory/sim build --debug'

Could not find platform independent libraries <prefix> Could not find platform dependent libraries <exec_prefix> Consider setting $PYTHONHOME to <prefix>[:<exec_prefix>] 'import site' failed; use -v for traceback Traceback (most recent call last): File "/home/eschnett/EinsteinToolkit-hg/simfactory/sim", line 10, in <module> import sys, os, shutil ImportError: No module named os Error 256 occured while executing command "{ :; } && { :; } && ssh eschnett@numrel02.cct.lsu.edu '/home/eschnett/EinsteinToolkit-hg/simfactory/sim build --debug'"

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  1. Frank Löffler
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    Bumping priority, as this prevents any work from my numrel station.

  2. Frank Löffler
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    Seems to be conntected to the new visit2 installation. I disabled it's entry in LD_LIBRARY_PATH for now (probably rendering it's hdf5 import unusable), but a working simfactory is more important right now before the conference, and everybody can add that if needed.

  3. Erik Schnetter reporter
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    This seems to have been a problem with numrel02, not the simfactory. The problem has since been resolved.

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