[torqueusers] Fwd: error with maui
sun8 at umbc.edu
Fri Jul 11 06:45:29 MDT 2008
On Thu, Jul 10, 2008 at 6:29 PM, Garrick Staples <garrick at usc.edu> wrote:
> On Thu, Jul 10, 2008 at 03:26:26PM -0400, Yanan Sun alleged:
>> I am a newbie to torque/maui. we just installed the torque/maui in our
>> linux sever. it seems that they are running.
>> [root at master]# ps aux |grep pbs
>> root 23475 0.0 0.0 8972 812 ? Ss 09:53 0:00 pbs_server
>> root 27371 0.0 0.0 60236 748 pts/18 S+ 10:47 0:00 grep pbs
>> root 29971 0.2 0.0 11824 1152 ? Ss Jun30 33:58 pbs_mom
>> [root at master]# ps aux|grep maui
>> root 27366 0.0 0.0 60232 744 pts/18 S+ 10:46 0:00 grep maui
>> root 27738 0.0 0.2 43268 23596 ? S Jul02 0:21
>> /usr/local/maui/sbin/maui start
>> however, when i type showq, it gives me error message.
>> [root at master]# showq
>> ERROR: lost connection to server
>> ERROR: cannot request service (status)
>> and another error message when i trying to restart maui
>> [root at master]# /usr/local/maui/sbin/maui restart
>> ERROR: cannot open user interface socket on port 42559
> You are doing it wrong. The 'sbin/maui' commands doesn't take start and
> restart arguments. It is a daemon that is simply run, not an init script.
> Verify that your maui.cfg has a good SERVERHOST parameter.
here is the info in my maui.cfg about the serverhost, i don't see
# maui.cfg 3.2.6p19
# primary admin must be first in list
# Resource Manager Definition
# Allocation Manager Definition
# full parameter docs at http://supercluster.org/mauidocs/a.fparameters.html
# use the 'schedctl -l' command to display current configuration
>> i killed the pbs_server by "qterm -a quick" and start it again by
>> "pbs_server". still the same problem.
> Restarting pbs_server won't generally solve maui problems.
how can i restart pbs_mom? how can i get maui working?where should i check?
>> another error is when i run perl helloworld.pl |qsub
>> #my helloworld.pl
>> use strict;
>> my $output="qsub.txt";
>> open (OUT, ">$output") || die "Can't open file qsub.txt";
>> print OUT "hello world!\n";
>> it gives me the output file "qsub.txt" and two standard output ".o#"
>> and error message ".e#" files.
>> but in the ".e#", it says "-bash: line 1:
>> /usr/PBS_spool/mom_priv/jobs/69.master.p.SC: No such file or
> You executed helloworld.pl and sent the output to qsub. I think you wanted to
> do this:
> echo "perl helloworld.pl" |qsub
> (which will still fail at runtime unless helloworld.pl happens to be in your
> home directory.)
that makes sense. by the way, it's in my home directory.
> Garrick Staples, GNU/Linux HPCC SysAdmin
> University of Southern California
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