[torqueusers] torque 2.1.0p0 and maui 3.2.6p16 STATIC (yet
srash at yahoo-inc.com
Mon Jun 19 23:53:38 MDT 2006
Great! I must have not have the -with-pbs pointer set properly.
TO re-iterate, if I want all-static builds:
1) build pbs with ONLY static libs
2) use --with-pbs to point maui to those installed files (er, one
Also, I was reading the archive about the --disable-rpp option. Will this
basically increase reliability via using TCP/IP vs a app-level reliable
version of UDP? (assuming the latter can be faster due to being optimized
to the situation).
I'm wondering if 2.1.0 has any changes that could cause my mysterious
hanging with torque/maui and torque/torque (srv = 2.1.0 in both servers).
Also, any worth in trying some of the newer snapshots?
Thanks again. I wrote a scheduler WAY back in my spare time and it was
nothing compared to this great stuff--probably why I find it so darn
interesting beyond just how useful it is ;)
srash at yahoo-inc.com
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garrick at speculation.org
Sent: Monday, June 19, 2006 2:26 PM
To: torqueusers at supercluster.org
Subject: Re: [torqueusers] torque 2.1.0p0 and maui 3.2.6p16 STATIC (yet
On Fri, Jun 16, 2006 at 11:30:32AM -0700, Sam Rash alleged:
> Is it possible to build the torque pieces (server, client cmds, mom, and
> even the pbs_sched) as well as maui STATICALLY linked? I was able to use
> -enable-shared=no for torque and it seemed to build ok (but I still have
> seg fault issue with pbs_sched). If I build torque this way, maui will
> even compile, seeming to complain it can't resolve the various pbs_*
> funtions at link time. I could not see any option in the maui configure
> help to indicate forcing of static.
As long as maui finds pbs-config in $PATH or --with-pbs, it should have
no problem with static libs.
> Otherwise, due to a custom packaging procedure, we need to identify all
> files for both torque and maui and package them in our system. This is
> entirely possible, but if there's a quicker way to keep things static for
> now, we'd love that
There is just the 1 shared lib, libtorque.so.0
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