Commander compilation on Fram


Is there are pre-compiled version of Commander on the Fram cluster? If so, could somebody please post a path to it?



Yes, there is. Both latest version of commander3 and its data folders are available on Fram here:


I compile using Make file. While I am running I get the following error :

/mnt/home/student/cdebabrata/softwares/commander3/Commander/commander3/src/commander: error while loading shared libraries: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

Ok, I forgot to load the intel library. That is resolved.
New issue:

Min/Max core weight = 0.782722731877571 1.00930237546250
HDF5-DIAG: Error detected in HDF5 (1.10.5) MPI-process 0:
#000: H5F.c line 509 in H5Fopen(): unable to open file
major: File accessibilty
minor: Unable to open file
#001: H5Fint.c line 1498 in H5F_open(): unable to open file: time = Wed Nov 25 10:16:32 2020
, name = ‘input/l2data/LFI_030_000128.h5’, tent_flags = 0
major: File accessibilty
minor: Unable to open file

It looks like the file doesn’t exist. Can you check that the path is correct?


This should be relative to the work directory in which you run the code

No file is there:

ls input/L2Data/LFI_030_000128.h5

What does ls -l input/l2data/LFI_030_000128.h5 return? And h5ls input/l2data/LFI_030_000128.h5?

ls -l input/l2data/LFI_030_000128.h5
-rw-r–r-- 1 cdebabrata expert 55231115 Nov 24 20:09 input/l2data/LFI_030_000128.h5

h5ls input/l2data/LFI_030_000128.h5
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common Group

Can you try setting up a filelist with only two scans, one frequency and one core, and see if that works? We want a minimal debug case.