[Mauiusers] maui dies

Itay M itaym.tau at gmail.com
Tue Jan 29 11:09:54 MST 2008


have you googled MFULock ?
I think that the next line line that you should see in the MAUI.LOG is:

INFO:     server lock successful


On Jan 29, 2008 5:43 PM, Jan Ploski <Jan.Ploski at offis.de> wrote:

> mauiusers-bounces at supercluster.org schrieb am 01/28/2008 10:14:42 PM:
>
> > i am currently running maui v2.2.6p17-snap.1163711909 and torque v2.
> > 3 on a double dual core opteron cluster.  last week maui suddenly
> > began dying and trying to restart.  if i try to stop maui it will
> > fail (as no process is running).  also, if i try to restart it
> > manually it will register successfully but no process, again, will
> > be running.
> >
> > in the maui logs the service attempts to start but toward the end of
> > the process all i see that could be of any use to me is
> >
> > 01/28 13:29:21 ServerDemonize()
> > 01/28 13:29:21 INFO:     child process in background
> > 01/28 13:29:21 ServerAuthenticate()
> > 01/28 13:29:21 MFULock(/var/spool/maui/,/var/spool/maui/maui.pid)
> > 01/28 13:29:21 INFO:     parent is exiting
> >
> > perhaps this is an obvious thought but, if there is a child in the
> > background the parent should not exit.  this is where i have begun
> > trying to look for my solution.  i had increased the debug level to
> > gain further information upon restart but have not seen anything
> > that would be very helpful.  at least to  me.
> >
> > i have seen posts related to this topic on the lists but as of yet
> > have not seen a definitive answer to any posts that would lead me in
> > the right direction to diagnose the problem.  any help from the
> > community would be appreciated.
>
> Have you checked whether or not the maui process is crashing? You can run
> "maui -d" from the console (as administrator) to see whether the process
> terminates "normally" or with a signal. If it is crashing, you can run it
> with gdb to obtain a stack trace (which might or might not provide a clue
> of what is going on).
>
> Regards,
> Jan Ploski
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