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tensorflow on Bridges
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5/23/17 10:14 PM
Hi, I'm new to XSEDE and I'm trying to use tensorflow on Bridges. I'm having trouble successfully importing tensorflow. I've tried to submit the following bash script:

#!/bin/bash
#SBATCH --job-name="test"
#SBATCH --output="test.%j.%N.out"
#SBATCH -p RM-shared
#SBATCH -N 1
#SBATCH --ntasks-per-node=12
#SBATCH --export=ALL
#SBATCH -t 00:05:00

module load tensorflow/1.0.1
python test.py

which calls the python program test.py, shown below:

import tensorflow as tf
print('running tensorflow test')

This gives the following error: ImportError: No module named tensorflow

Any help would be much appreciated!

RE: tensorflow on Bridges
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5/25/17 4:31 PM as a reply to Christopher Allan Strong.
Hello Christopher,

This will most effectively be handled by the Bridges team. I have submitted a ticket ( 69073) on your behalf to the XSEDE ticket system. A member of the PSC support team will respond through the ticket with a solution.

Thanks,
Chris

Chris Hempel
XSEDE User Engagement

RE: tensorflow on Bridges
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4/7/18 3:40 AM as a reply to Christopher Allan Strong.
Chris

I have also been trying to figure this out! I can't believe it is not documented.
Did you ever figure out the correct bash script? if so, would you please share it
with me?

Bob

RE: tensorflow on Bridges
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4/7/18 3:44 AM as a reply to Chris Hempel.
Chris
At the top of this page I typed in 69073 to search for the ticket you created.
The result sends me back here! How do I find the solution to Christopher's question?
--Bob