OCCSW binary compatibility in Linux

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OCCSW binary compatibility in Linux

by oo_processing » Mon Apr 15, 2024 1:45 pm America/New_York

Dear Support,

In the past, the OCCSW binary version can run on our cluster, so it's not hard to install. But, the recent T2024.16 requires glibc >= 2.37 on the system level which I'm unable to upgrade. I have to build the program locally, and it was not straightforward. I did retry too many times and fix all sorts of issues before got the program finally.
I wonder if possible you guys can make the binary version with a lower requirement (at least for the V tag), I think many of us are still running old Linux machines.

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Yuyuan

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Re: OCCSW binary compatibility in Linux

by treble » Mon Jun 03, 2024 12:56 pm America/New_York

Me too :-). Our cluster is running CenOS 7, it's old, but they are not planning to upgrade soon...

I tried to compile from scratch but that failed. See some of my earlier posts.

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