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#51 fixed Swig errors with pbs_python 4.4.0 and Torque 4.2.9 bas cganote@…


I've seen a few tickets already on errors with undefined symbols, and I've tried replacing the and pbs_wrap.c files as well as the file while compiling, to no avail. I'm still having issues linking these libraries. I'm running CentOS 6.6 and compiling with gcc 4.4.7. Here's what I see:

# Set up a Torque Client
cd torque-4.2.9
./configure --prefix=$(pwd) --mandir=$(pwd)/man  --libdir=$(pwd)/lib64 CC="gcc -m64" --enable-drmaa 
make install_clients
export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=$(pwd)/lib64:$LD_LIBRARY_PATH
cd bin
export PATH=$(pwd):$PATH

# Set up pbs_python
cd ..
mkdir pbs_py_again
cd pbs_py_again/
tar -xzvf pbs_python.tar.gz 
cd pbs_python-4.4.0/
./configure --prefix=$(pwd) --with-pbsdir=/full/path/to/new/torque-4.2.9
emacs Makefile # Because the paths are all screwed up - is this ever going to be fixed?
make install
cd lib/python2.7/site-packages/pbs
export PYTHONPATH=$(pwd)
cd ~
python #Import pbs

#Traceback (most recent call last):
#  File "", line 5, in <module>
#    import pbs
#  File "/path/to/pbs/", line 25, in <module>
#    _pbs = swig_import_helper()
#  File "/path/to/pbs/", line 21, in #swig_import_helper
#    _mod = imp.load_module('_pbs', fp, pathname, description)
#ImportError: /path/to/pbs/ undefined symbol: log_remove_old
#53 worksforme pbs python - uwsgi bas dbikas@…

Can someone explain me why this code:

import pbs
connection = pbs.pbs_connect(pbs.pbs_default())
print connection

Returns: -1 all the time if i run it under uwsgi???

server = pbs.pbs_default()
print "Server name: ", server

returns: Server: and even if i run: connection = pbs.pbs_connect(str('myservername')) i keep getting -1 as the answer

OS: ubuntu 14.04 torque version: 4.1.3 pbs_python version:4.4.0 python version: 2.7

if i run the same code under django's embbedded server or ipython in terminal it returns 1 as expected..

This is the 2nd ticket i create with the same subject. I am trying to find a solution for almost a month with no success... So if someone has any idea, or has already implemented something similar, please give me a hand. Thanks in advance.

#20 fixed version info as tuple bas dennis

Cuurently you can request the version through the method pbs.version(). This gives you the version of pbs_python as a string.

As a enhancement pbs.version_info should be added to return the version information as a tuple ( ie. sys.version_info ). This way it easier to compare versions.

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