[torqueusers] No default server name

Garrick Staples garrick at usc.edu
Tue Nov 13 15:43:07 MST 2007


On Tue, Nov 13, 2007 at 01:14:21PM -0800, Kandy Wong alleged:
> Garrick Staples wrote:
> >On Thu, Nov 08, 2007 at 04:48:59PM -0800, Kandy Wong alleged:
> >  
> >>Hi,
> >>
> >>I've sent email about this problem before but I still can't get it 
> >>resolved.
> >>I've double checked the server_name and pbs_environment are set.
> >>I've tried to restart the pbs_server and pbs_mom services.
> >>I've also tried to install new rpms for Torque, but still when I tried 
> >>the 'qmgr' command, it said:
> >>qmgr: cannot connect to server
> >>No default server name.
> >>
> >>I'm using SL4 and the followings are the new rpms that I've installed:
> >>torque-docs-2.1.9-4cri.slc4.i386
> >>torque-server-2.1.9-4cri.slc4.i386
> >>torque-scheduler-2.1.9-4cri.slc4.i386
> >>torque-client-2.1.9-4cri.slc4.i386
> >>torque-devel-2.1.9-4cri.slc4.i386
> >>torque-mom-2.1.9-4cri.slc4.i386
> >>torque-2.1.9-4cri.slc4.i386
> >>torque-debuginfo-2.1.9-4cri.slc4.i386
> >>
> >>I have already included the server name 'neut00' in:
> >>/var/spool/pbs/pbs_environment
> >>/var/spool/pbs/server_name
> >>But when I tried to run the 'torque.setup', it also said:
> >>qmgr: cannot connect to server
> >>No default server name.
> >>
> >>So I even tried to do 'qmgr neut00', it said:
> >>No Permission.
> >>qmgr: cannot connect to server neut00
> >>
> >>But I can execute 'qmgr' from other nodes but I couldn't do any 
> >>configurations as it said:
> >>Qmgr: set queue work queue_type=Execution
> >>qmgr obj=work svr=default: Unauthorized Request
> >>
> >>So any ideas of what are causing this problem besides setting the 
> >>server_name?
> >>    
> >
> >Are you sure /var/spool/pbs is the right directory?  Something like 'rpm 
> >-ql
> >torque' would be good to check.  Also, could there a second install?  
> >Perhaps a
> >source install in /usr/local?
> >  
> I've found a source install at the following directory:
> /usr/src/redhat/BUILD/torque-2.1.8
> 
> So should I remove that directory?

You don't need to remove source directories.  They don't effect anything.

 
> The following is the output for 'rpm -ql torque':
> [kandy at neut00 ~]# rpm -ql torque
> /usr/share/doc/torque-2.1.8
> /usr/share/doc/torque-2.1.8/CHANGELOG
> /usr/share/doc/torque-2.1.8/INSTALL
> /usr/share/doc/torque-2.1.8/PBS_License.txt
> /usr/share/doc/torque-2.1.8/README.torque
> /usr/share/doc/torque-2.1.8/Release_Notes
> /usr/share/doc/torque-2.1.8/torque.setup
> /var/torque/aux
> /var/torque/pbs_environment
> /var/torque/server_name
> /var/torque/spool
> 
> So the new RPMs that I've got installed Torque at /var/torque/ instead 
> of /var/spool/pbs and I've already removed the old RPMs so can I just 
> simply remove the 'var/spool/pbs' for fixing the problem?

Yes, remove the old /var/spool/pbs/ and apply the correct configs to /var/torque/

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