[torqueusers] Maui Complains a different pbs_server

Yang Wang yang.wang at agencourt.com
Tue Dec 9 07:32:42 MST 2008

Hi Jerry,


After read your email. I am trying to find out where the maui.cfg file is. It seems that the installation shell script silently install the configure to /usr/local/maui which I just find out it still use the old  figure file.


So I recompile the maui with ./configure  --prefix=/opt/maui  --with-pbs=/opt/torque  --with-spooldir=/var/spool/maui, and it uses the new maui.cgf and works fine now. 


The old /usr/local/maui is a shared the file system and causes the problem here.


Thanks for the help.




From: Jerry Smith [mailto:jdsmit at sandia.gov] 
Sent: Monday, December 08, 2008 5:33 PM
To: yang.wang at agencourt.com
Cc: torqueusers at supercluster.org
Subject: Re: [torqueusers] Maui Complains a different pbs_server


What is RMCFG[base] HOST=

set to in your maui.cfg


Yang Wang wrote: 

Dear all,


It an attempt to update the torque to a new version, I installed the new version of torque on one of our cluster node, and trying to use maui as the scheduler to testing purpose. The pbs_server starts fine with this new version, but the maui complains the pbs_server should run on another machine, which in the old head node. I did compile the new torque on this new node, and also checked the /var/spool/torque/server_name is with the new head node (bio203.agencourt.com).


Why the maui is still think the pbs_server is running on another machine? How can make the maui to think the "bio203.agencourt.com" is the new head node?









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