[Mauiusers] Strange hostname.domain issue with torque on beowulf
Thomas H Dr Pierce
TPierce at rohmhaas.com
Fri Jan 12 06:48:04 MST 2007
Dear Torque/Maui Users,
I have been running Torque only for a few weeks, so not all parts work
All jobs seem to think they are run by installer at localhost.localdomain .
"installer" is a loginid that submits a job, but it is submitted to a
queue on the master node called "silvio" and I do not use localdomain at
all on the beowulf cluster...
The issue is how to define localhost.localdomain in torque queues?
hostname returns silvio, dnsdomainname returns nothing as it should.
Jobs do run but they only run on the FIRST node in the nodes lists (only)
- admittedly only one or two jobs at time and that node can run at least
If I setup maui, it fails immediately since localhost.localdomain is not
an authorized node.. I'd like to move up to maui but I have to fix the
localdomain issue first.
state = free
np = 4
properties = d1950
ntype = cluster
jobs = 0/52.localhost.localdomain <-------????
localhost.localdomain : should be " jobs = 0/52.silvio " ??
status = opsys=linux,uname=Linux node07 2.6.9-42.ELsmp #1...
state = free
np = 2
ntype = time-shared
status = opsys=linux,uname=Linux silvio 2.6.9-42.0.3.ELsmp #1..
With the master node seeming to know that its name is "silvio" - and in
the beowulf cluster there is no DNS domain definition. Good ol' fashioned
127.0.0.1 localhost.localdomain localhost
192.168.5.99 silvio silvio.sh.rohmhaas.com
192.168.5.107 node07 node7
192.168.5.108 node08 node8
NB - the silvio.sh.rohmhaas.com is for the other ethernet card to allow
remote access to the cluster master.
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