[torqueusers] pbs_mom no password entry for user
Mary Ellen Fitzpatrick
mfitzpat at bu.edu
Fri Aug 1 10:24:32 MDT 2008
Not sure what you mean by upgrading the moms. Do you mean on the
If so, I did that with torque packages created after running make
packages in the build dir.
any other hints as to what solved the issue for you?
Miles O'Neal wrote:
> Mary Ellen Fitzpatrick said...
> |I installed/configured torque-2.3.2-snap.200807231134.tar.gz. I get the
> |same error messages.
> When we upgraded to the current maui and pbs_server
> we had all kinds of ridiculous errors and had to
> upgrade the moms as well. That was just this week.
> |headnode: /var/spool/torque/server_log
> |Aug 1 11:47:51 node1003 pbs_mom: open_std_file, cannot determine filename
> |Aug 1 11:47:51 node1003 pbs_mom: Success (0) in fork_to_user, cannot
> |find user 'mef' in password file
> |Aug 1 11:47:51 node1003 pbs_mom: Inappropriate ioctl for device (25) in
> |req_cpyfile, fork_to_user failed with rc=-15023 'cannot find user 'mef'
> |in password file' - returning failure
> |node1003: /var/spool/torque/mom_log:
> |08/01/2008 11:47:46;0001; pbs_mom;Job;job_nodes;job: 5.nona-man
> |numnodes=1 numvnod=1
> |08/01/2008 11:47:46;0001; pbs_mom;Svr;pbs_mom;start_exec, no password
> |entry for user mef
> |08/01/2008 11:47:46;0008; pbs_mom;Req;send_sisters;sending command
> |ABORT_JOB for job 5.nona-man (10)
> |08/01/2008 11:47:46;0008; pbs_mom;Req;send_sisters;sending ABORT to
> |08/01/2008 11:47:46;0002; pbs_mom;n/a;mom_server_update_stat;status
> |update successfully sent to nona-man
> |08/01/2008 11:47:46;0080; pbs_mom;Svr;scan_for_exiting;searching for
> |exiting jobs
> |08/01/2008 11:47:46;0008; pbs_mom;Job;kill_job;scan_for_exiting:
> |sending signal 9, "KILL" to job 5.nona-man, reason: local task
> |termination detected
> |Glen Beane wrote:
> |> On Thu, Jul 31, 2008 at 4:15 PM, Mary Ellen Fitzpatrick <mfitzpat at bu.edu> wrote:
> |> Hi,
> |> I have installed/configured torque-2.3.1 and maui-3.2.6p18 on my head node, nona-man. I thought I had everything configured correctly, but apparantly not.
> |> what OS are you using?
> |> can you try
> |> http://www.clusterresources.com/downloads/torque/snapshots/torque-2.3.2-snap.200807231134.tar.gz
> |> instead of the 2.3.1 release? 2.3.1 has a couple known issues
> |Mary Ellen
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