[slurm-users] Question about gdb sbatch

Davide DelVento davide.quantum at gmail.com
Mon Oct 23 12:32:36 UTC 2023

I think that should be sufficient.

On Sat, Oct 21, 2023 at 2:26 AM mohammed shambakey <shambakey1 at gmail.com>

> Thank you very much. I'm compiling from the source code.
> Another question please about the proper location for the "-g" option,
> because I see options like CFLAGS="-g" in slurm/configure file, and I
> wonder if I should add the "-g" to  some other locations?
> Regards
> On Sat, Oct 21, 2023 at 12:47 AM Davide DelVento <davide.quantum at gmail.com>
> wrote:
>> Have you compiled slurm yourself or have you installed binaries? If the
>> latter, I speculate this is not possible, in that it would not have been
>> compiled with the required symbols (above all "-g" but probably others
>> depending on your platform).
>> If you compiled slurm yourself, and assuming you have included all the
>> necessary symbols (or will re-compile appropriately and replace the
>> binaries and libraries), then it'd be like debugging any other thing: just
>> make sure to point gdb at the location of the source code, and then follow
>> any of the gazillion tutorials around about gdb. If you are not familiar
>> with gdb already, I strongly recommend that you start with some simpler
>> program before attempting something as big as slurm.
>> Have a great weekend
>> On Fri, Oct 20, 2023 at 9:30 AM mohammed shambakey <shambakey1 at gmail.com>
>> wrote:
>>> Hi
>>> Is it possible to debug "sbatch" itself when submitting a script? For
>>> example, I want to debug the following command:
>>> sbatch -Mall some_script.sh
>>> I don't want to debug the "some_script.sh". I want to debug the "sbatch"
>>> itself when submitting the "some_script.sh". I tried to use "gdb" but I'm
>>> not an expert, and it didn't work for me. I wonder if anyone did something
>>> like this? and how?
>>> Regards
>>> --
>>> Mohammed
> --
> Mohammed
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