[torqueusers] Directory problems (new user)
mailmaverick666 at gmail.com
Mon Apr 7 05:42:38 MDT 2008
If your /home is coming from an nfs server then for a password less ssh and
scp do this.
Login as user on nfs server;
ssh-keygen -t dsa
Press enter when asked for passphrase
not write the public key(id_dsa.pub) to .ssh/authorized
Now login on a compute node and try doing ssh to other compute nodes.That
should work without asking for passwd
On Tue, Apr 1, 2008 at 7:36 AM, Simon Halstead <shalstead at hit.edu.cn> wrote:
> I am pretty new to torque and I am having some strange
> I have a small diskless cluster which shares an nfs
> root from a central server.
> Torque is installed and running OK. However, when I
> submit a job in, for example, the /home/jobs/
> directory on my server, torque reads the input and
> writes the output to the /home/jobs/ directory on the
> nfs root. If I try to run the job in the nfs root I
> get an error message that tells me the directory does
> not exist.
> Could anyone tell me how to set up torque so that it
> takes the input files from the directory in which I
> submitted the job and returns the output to the same
> Also,the standard error and output are getting sent to
> the undelivered folder on the node on which the jobs
> was submitted. I would also like these to be returned
> to the directory from which I submitted the job.
> I am sure these are both very simple errors, but any
> help would be greatly appreciated.
> Simon Halstead
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