Ok, I am just an administrator. One of my users is adking me, why spectre gets invoked from 32bit directory instead of 64bit.
Here is the log snippet,
Memory available: 187.1503 MB physical: 5.8504 GBCPU(1 of 4): CPU 0 Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5405 @ 2.00GHz 1995.000MHzSimulating `input.scs' on yamdrok at 12:56:57 PM, Thur Jan 27, 2011 (process id: 32263).Command line: /analog/cadence/mmsim71/tools.lnx86/spectre/bin/32bit/spectre \ input.scs +escchars +log ../psf/spectre.out +inter=mpsc \ +mpssession=spectre0_31221_4 -format sst2 -raw ../psf \ +lqtimeout 900 -maxw 5 -maxn 5spectre pid = 32263
System is 4 processor, model name : Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5405 @ 2.00GHz
OS also is 64 bit linux, Cadence (R) Virtuoso (R) Spectre (R) Circuit Simulator version 7.1.0.060.isr4 -- 25 Mar 2009
If you need any other i/p let me know. Thank you.
By default, all tools get invoked from 32-bit. To enable 64-bit tools, I place the following in my start up file:
setenv CDS_AUTO_64BIT "EXCLUDE:si.exe"
This invokes everything as 64-bit except for si.exe, which is the tool that exports schematics to CDL netlists.