EnSight 10.2 and aprun

The scripts to launch EnSight have been changed in version 10.2, which might create problems if you run EnSight though an other application. One of this instances is the usage of aprun.

The aprun command creates a copy of the program to run in a temporary directory before launching it, which conflicts with the new launching scripts of EnSight.

The solution is to specify the -b flag option in the aprun command, which forces the command to not create the temporary copy of the program.


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