[torquedev] [Bug 191] New: pbsdsh doesn't work if nodename differs from hostname.
roy.dragseth at uit.no
Tue May 8 16:11:08 MDT 2012
Yes, it works! Thanks.
I didn't realize the -A flag would be usable as the man page talks about multi-
Again, thanks for the quick reply,
On Tuesday 8. May 2012 09.52.24 you wrote:
> Have you tried starting the nodes with an alias? pbs_mom -A <node_name>
> On Tue, May 8, 2012 at 8:00 AM, <bugzilla-daemon at supercluster.org> wrote:
> > http://www.clusterresources.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=191
> > Summary: pbsdsh doesn't work if nodename differs from hostname.
> > Product: TORQUE
> > Version: 4.0.*
> > Platform: PC
> > OS/Version: Linux
> > Status: NEW
> > Severity: normal
> > Priority: P5
> > Component: pbs_mom
> > AssignedTo: knielson at adaptivecomputing.com
> > ReportedBy: roy.dragseth at uit.no
> > CC: torquedev at supercluster.org
> > Estimated Hours: 0.0
> > If pbs_mom is started with a name that differs from the hostname pbsdsh
> > stops
> > working across multiple nodes.
> > My setup has compute nodes with hostnames like compute-X-Y.local and node
> > names
> > in torque where the .local domain is dropped so the hostlist has entries
> > like
> > compute-X-Y.
> > This used to work fine in torque 2 and 3, but on torque 4.0.1 this will
> > make
> > pbsdsh hang indefinitely (and any mpi launcher using libtm).
> > Is it possible to have the old behaviour back?
> > Regards,
> > Roy.
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