[Mauiusers] Most "stable" version of Maui

Bas van der Vlies basv at sara.nl
Fri Jan 11 08:57:16 MST 2008


Michael Barnes wrote:
> Maui users,
> 
Michael,

  Try the lastest snapshot of maui (maui-3.2.6p20-snap.1182974819). If a 
remember it correct there is a bug in maui-3.2.6p19 a patch was not applied
correctly and therefore you get a segv.

I am also running the lastest snapshot without any problems.

Regards

> I've been trying to upgrade torque and Maui to a x86_64 machine in 64bit
> mode, and in testing torque seems fine, but Maui does not.
> 
> I've tried gcc 4.1, gcc 3.4, maui maui-3.2.6p13, maui-3.2.6p18,
> maui-3.2.6p19 (this last version dumps core on all platforms right after
> the 1st or 2nd job AFAIK).
> 
> I've got a very old version of torque, and I that is my primary
> motivation to upgrade. The OS is older as well, so I thought I might as
> well upgrade that. Maui just comes along with the ride.
> 
> Some extra info. I'm trying to maintain my fairshare information from
> the $MAUI_HOME/stats directory from the 32bit version (actually all of
> these files I just copied from the 32bit version).
> 
> Also, I've tried adding -D__M64 to the CFLAGS.
> 
> I can back off, and do a 32bit OS install if needed (that is what we
> have in production now), but everything else we have in production is
> going towards 64bit.
> 
> Another piece of info. I've hacked torque server to do a database query
> to check that a user is really in the account that they are trying to
> charge to before the job gets submitted to the queue, otherwise it gets
> rejected. I doubt I added any kind of bug in torque that is propogating
> to Maui, but I've also backed off and tried a stock install of torque,
> with the same maui problems.
> 
> I've tried so many things, that at this point if I got it to work, I
> would have a hard time remembering what made it to work :)
> 
> Is there a version of Maui that people have in production in the 3.2.6
> line on x86_64 systems that seems to be working reliably? If so, could I
> have details on the underlying OS and any extras they had to do to get
> it compiled and running well.
> 
> Many thanks in advance,
> 
> -mb
> 
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