Parallels Tools in RHEL causes desktop issues.

Discussion in 'Linux Guest OS Discussion' started by BobR2, Nov 26, 2018.

  1. JohnA10

    JohnA10 Bit Poster

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    @ninuola I didn't have the problem with Ubuntu at all, just RHEL and CentOS. Ubuntu worked nicely all the way.
     
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  2. ninuola

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    Thanks.
     
  3. TimP7

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    I updated Parallels Desktop Pro on Mac to Version 14.1.1 (45476). With the update and tools update, this error is fixed for me.
     
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  4. AdamW12

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    I have a bash script that works under Ubuntu 14.04 that uses parallel-20141122
    I am trying to update to ubuntu 18.04. First I tried it as it was with the old version of parallel but got this:
    /mnt/disk4/labs/salipante/waalkes/code/functions/abyss_assemble/abyss_assemble.sh: line 33: 125048 Segmentation fault (core dumped) $PARALLEL_ROOT/parallel -v -j $CORES $ABYSS_ROOT/abyss-pe j=1 k={} name=${PFX}_{} in=\"$R1 $R2\" ::: 21 35 48 61 74 87 100 113 126 139 149
    So I tried to update to parallel-20190122 but I get a highly similar error:
    /mnt/disk4/labs/salipante/waalkes/code/functions/abyss_assemble/abyss_assemble.sh: line 34: 127221 Segmentation fault (core dumped) $PARALLEL_ROOT/parallel -v -j $CORES $ABYSS_ROOT/abyss-pe j=1 k={} name=${PFX}_{} in=\"$R1 $R2\" ::: 21 35 48 61 74 87 100 113 126 139 149
    I echoed the command I am calling from the script on 14.04 and 18.04 and these are the same:
    /mnt/disk4/labs/salipante/programs/parallel-20190122/parallel -v -j 20 /mnt/disk4/labs/salipante/programs/abyss-2.0.2_install/bin/abyss-pe j=1 k={} name=14-210-000722-S1_{} in="/home/local/AMC/waalkes/dan/14-210-000722-S1.Analysis/14-210-000722-S1.R1.trimmed.fastq.gz /home/local/AMC/waalkes/dan/14-210-000722-S1.Analysis/14-210-000722-S1.R2.trimmed.fastq.gz" ::: 21 35 48 61 74 87 100 113 126 139 149
    Here is the bash script line the calls it:
    $PARALLEL_ROOT/parallel -v -j $CORES $ABYSS_ROOT/abyss-pe j=1 k={} name=${PFX}_{} in=\"$R1 $R2\" ::: 21 35 48 61 74 87 100 113 126 139 149
    This leads me to believe that the problem is probably in how parameters are passed in 18.04 vs 14.04. Any idea why with the updated parallel I still get the core dump?
    Thanks
     

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