[Mauiusers] MAUI Debian package
Ram Kumar DANGETI
ramkumar.dangeti at gmail.com
Sat Sep 10 14:23:17 MDT 2005
I could manage to build HOSTNAME independent maui deb package by editing
include/moab-local.h file. I had to undef MBUILD_HOST from this file.
#define MBUILD_HOST "tuxmonde"
Iam not sure about the consequences, but it seems to be fine on my debian
machine. I'll can give you more update later.
Another issue is that when I start the maui scheduler, the following are the
processes created. Could you please tell me whether the following list of
processes is normal and why is maui zombie in place ?
tuxmonde:/home/ramkumar/dev/APPS/maui/maui-3.2.6p13# ps ax|grep maui
10774 ? Ss 0:00 daemon /opt/maui/sbin/maui
10775 ? Z 0:00 [maui] <defunct>
10776 ? S 0:00 /opt/maui/sbin/maui
On 9/9/05, Dave Jackson <jacksond at clusterresources.com> wrote:
> Maui should not build in host info. It will build in default home
> directory info but not host info. We will investigate this.
> On Fri, 2005-09-09 at 17:06 +0200, Ram Kumar DANGETI wrote:
> > Hi,
> > Is there any Debian binary package for MAUI already available?
> > Iam very new to this domain and recently I tried to build a
> > debian package using checkinstall for "Maui 3.2.6 - Patch 13" version.
> > But it seems that by default the hostname of the machine on which I
> > built this package is embedded in all the binaries. So when I
> > installed this on another machine, I realized that it was using the
> > wrong hostname(system on which it was built).
> > Is there any configure option which can be used for building a
> > hostname independent maui binaries and use the SERVERHOST from
> > maui.cfg instead ?
> > Thankyou and hope to hear from you regarding this.
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