tags: RHEL7

Tensorflow on RHEL 7

Where I work, the compute clusters have been upgraded to RedHat Eneterprise Linux 7 (RHEL7). I therefore needed to rebuild Tensorflow. I have to build because the standard pip install binaries do not work on these systems as the glibc version is 2.17 on RHEL 7 while Tensorflow >= v1.14 need glibc 2.23. (See my RHEL6 post) First of all create a new conda environment, using anaconda3: conda create -n tensorflow pip python=3.

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Omar Jamil

Exeter, England
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I am a Senior Scientist at the UK Met Office, using machine learning to develop and improve the physics in the weather and climate model. I specialise in radiative transfer with remote sensing applications. In short, I create mathematical and physics models to make sense of data.