Re: [Starcluster] URGENT: Old Starcluster 32-bit AMI needed
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No problem. Thanks for all your work in rebuilding the AMIs. Please keep
us posted when they are available.
I am curious to hear from Amazon what happened to the originals.
On 3/3/10 2:02 PM, Justin Riley wrote:
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> Thanks for supplying your public AMI for the time being and also the
> extra notes about your optimized scipy/numpy installation.
> I'd like to add that I'm currently rebuilding the ubuntu 9.04
> starcluster public ami's and should have them by the end of the day today.
> Also, they will contain optimized numpy/scipy/atlas/lapack/etc installed
> in the global python install by default.
> Stay tuned and again my apologies for this mishap.
> On 03/03/2010 01:37 PM, Dan Yamins wrote:
>> Hi Seppo,
>> One quick comment about that AMI that Justin reminded me of: I did my
>> own installation and optimization of numpy and scipy, to get later
>> versions than were originally present in the starcluster AMI and the
>> correct some problems in the original optimization procedure. I put
>> these installations in a different place than the original, so as not to
>> blow the original installations away. If you want to use my
>> installations (recommended I think), you'll have to add the following to
>> your PYTHONPATH:
>> Once you've done that, you should run the test suite, e.g:
>>>>> import numpy
>> You should get 1 known fail (K) and 11 skips (S).
>> If this is not what you get, make sure you[re using the right version of
>> numpy. My installation is version 1.3.0:
>> while the original installation is version 1.2.x (I think).
>> On Tue, Mar 2, 2010 at 4:42 PM, Seppo Sahrakorpi <seppo_at_seas.harvard.edu
>> <mailto:seppo_at_seas.harvard.edu>> wrote:
>> Hi Dan, and Justin,
>> Thank you for the quick responses.
>> Dan, thank you very much for the quick fix. Your AMI works for our
>> needs. Please keep this AMI for the moment, and let us know if you plan
>> on removing it. Again, thank you for helping us out.
>> Justin, it seems that the old AMI is still registered and listed, but is
>> not anymore actually available for use. If we try to launch the AMI, we
>> get this:
>> HTTP 403 (Forbidden) response for URL
>> check your S3 ACLs are correct.
>> On 3/2/10 4:30 PM, Justin Riley wrote:
>> > Hi Seppo,
>> > Sorry to hear you're having issues. I just checked the image in
>> ElasticFox and
>> > it's there and publicly available. So, I'm afraid there's not much
>> I can do.
>> > Are you getting an error? Can you see the image in ElasticFox?
>> > Thanks Dan for offering your AMI for the time being, however, I'd
>> like to get
>> > to the bottom of this.
>> > ~Justin
>> > On Tuesday 02 March 2010 4:17:53 pm Seppo Sahrakorpi wrote:
>> >> Hi Justin,
>> >> The previous 32-bit Starcluster AMI 'ami-0330d16a' is seemingly
>> >> now. Could you please re-enable / reinstall the old AMI as soon as
>> >> possible.
>> >> We are currently actively using Starcluster package for a course
>> here at
>> >> Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, so quick
>> >> recovery/resolution of this is of great importance to us.
>> >> Thanks,
>> >> Seppo
>> >> PS: We tried the new AMI ami-bb709dd2 w/ the original Starcluster
>> >> version that we have installed and are using, but that does not
>> work out
>> >> of the box.
>> Seppo Sahrakorpi, Ph.D.
>> Senior Research Engineer, User Services Lead
>> Instructional and Research Computing Services
>> Harvard University School of Engineering and Applied Sciences IT
>> Maxwell Dworkin MD211, 33 Oxford St., Cambridge, MA 02138
>> Phone: 617-495-3411 Email: seppo_at_seas.harvard.edu
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>> Starcluster_at_mit.edu <mailto:Starcluster_at_mit.edu>
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Seppo Sahrakorpi, Ph.D.
Senior Research Engineer, User Services Lead
Instructional and Research Computing Services
Harvard University School of Engineering and Applied Sciences IT
Maxwell Dworkin MD211, 33 Oxford St., Cambridge, MA 02138
Phone: 617-495-3411 Email: seppo_at_seas.harvard.edu
Received on Wed Mar 03 2010 - 14:08:23 EST