[torquedev] RE: pbs_mom suddenly throws floating-point exception on execute

Moody, Tristan tmoody at ku.edu
Wed Sep 12 15:23:36 MDT 2007


This seems unlikely to me, as this has apparently happened to some thirty different machines in a very short timeframe.  Recompiling and reinstalling does not help either.

Tristan




Message: 2
Date: Tue, 11 Sep 2007 21:15:38 +1000
From: Chris Samuel <csamuel at vpac.org>
Subject: Re: [torquedev] pbs_mom suddenly throws floating-point
	exception on	execute
To: torquedev at supercluster.org
Message-ID: <200709112115.40787.csamuel at vpac.org>
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On Tuesday 11 September 2007 06:15:03 Moody, Tristan wrote:

> Any ideas on what exactly is going wrong?  This had been running fine until
> last Thursday, and there have been no changes to the system since July.
>  yum.log and the up2date logs are both empty.  It seems odd that the
> software would just suddenly stop working.  Is there anything I'm missing?

My bet would be some form of filesystem corruption has broken the pbs_mom 
binary.   Is it installed from an RPM ?   If so then you should be able to 
use rpm -V $packagename to verify the MD5 checksums for it.

Otherwise check the MD5 of the installed binary with the MD5 of the binary in 
the source tree that you compiled.

Good luck!
Chris (on leave in the UK, so random access to email at the moment)
-- 
 Christopher Samuel - (03)9925 4751 - VPAC Deputy Systems Manager
 Victorian Partnership for Advanced Computing http://www.vpac.org/
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