MaTEx TensorFlow on glibc before 2.19

Charles Siegel edited this page Jun 22, 2017 · 1 revision

TensorFlow 1.0 is not officially supported on glibc before version < 2.19. However, this is a problem for many HPC systems and supercomputers which use older Linux kernels

We have provided a workaround to handle this by creating setAlias.[csh|sh] scripts. These scripts are available for GPU and CPU clusters.

For bash shells

[py_distro] $ source ./setAlias.sh

For C Shells

[py_distro] $ source ./setAlias.csh

This script sets the FAKE_SYSTEM_LIBS variable to point to the updated versions of the system libraries. It sets up an alias for a python enabled TensorFlow (called pyflow) for interactive sessions. To run a script, please check the examples folders (py_scripts).

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