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  1. tset: standard error: Invalid argument

In your job script, you probably don't explicitly specify which shell to use. Probably your default shell is csh and your csh startup scripts are getting loaded and something there is generating that error because the job is not run under an interactive session. So the solution is to either specify a shell on the first line of your job script in the usual Unix way e.g.


or else use the -S flag to qsub, e.g.

  1. tty errors

You may see things like

tset: standard error: Invalid argument

Undefined tty
stdin: is not a tty


Warning: no access to tty (Bad file descriptor).
Thus no job control in this shell.

See the question above, and specify a shell.

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