I am trying to use the memory resource allocation command available in LSF. A normal format of the command is :
bsub -R "rusage [mem=1000]" sleep 100s
When I launch this command directly from terminal,it works. When i lsunch this command from a script, it fails.
Here is my script:
#! /bin/csh -f set cktsim_memory = $1 set tmp = "|rusage [mem = $cktsim_memory]|" #method2 set tmp = `echo $tmp | sed 's/ =/=/g'` #method2 set tmp = `echo $tmp | sed 's/|/"/g' ` set bsub_option = "" set bsub_option = ( "$bsub_option" "-R" "$tmp") #method2 set cmd = "bsub $bsub_option sleep 100s" echo $cmd $cmd
Its run output is:
>./cktsim_memory_test 100 bsub_option -R "rusage [mem= 100]" Bad resource requirement syntax. Job not submitted. >bsub -R "rusage [mem= 100]" sleep 100s Job <99775> is submitted to default queue <medium>.
As you can see in the terminal output above- when the bsub command launched from script, it fails, when the same command run from terminal it is ok...
Please help me debug the issue.