[torqueusers] No permission (errno=15007)

Bobby Brown bobby.brown at vanderbilt.edu
Wed Mar 9 12:53:13 MST 2005


David,

Thanks for the info.  It does persist for a period of time the it will 
work fine for a length of time and show back up.  I will try your 
suggested diagnostics and let you now what I find out.

Thanks
Bobby

David Jackson wrote:
> Bobby,
> 
>   When you see this issue, does it persist for a time and then
> disappear?  When it occurs, can you look to see if a pbs_iff process
> exists in the process table and if so, determine what it is doing?
> Also, when it occurs, can you look at the output of 'netstat -a' and
> search for any active 1500* ports, of particular interest would be those
> in a TIME_WAIT or CLOSE_WAIT state.
> 
>   We saw similar issues on MAC clusters due to some bugs in OS/X but
> these have been resolved.  On Linux systems, there is typically
> something corrupt in the OS.  Please let us know what you find and we
> can take this to the next step.
> 
> Dave
> 
> On Mon, 2005-03-07 at 14:57 -0600, Bobby Brown wrote:
> 
>>We have been seeing this error at random, but far too often.
>>
>>No Permission
>>qsub: cannot connect to server vmpsched.vampire (errno=15007)
>>
>>I have upgraded to the latest torque release and we are still seeing 
>>this error.  Any ideas what the cause is?
>>
>>Thanks
>>Bobby
>>
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