[torqueusers] Problem setting up headnode to be compute node.

Diego M. Vadell dvadell at linuxclusters.com.ar
Tue Jul 7 09:32:21 MDT 2009


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Hi Ben,

   Do you have a firewall configured? How does pbs_mom's configuration
looks like? What IP address corresponds to $clienthost in pbs_mom's
configuration?

HTH,
 -- Diego.

Ben Turner wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> Wondering if anybody can help.
> 
> I am trying to set up torque to run on a single machine with four cores. 
> I just want to be able to queue jobs up overnight on this
> machine.
> 
> I have installed torque and configured pbs_mom and pbs_sched listing 
> only the head node in the "nodes" file and specifying np=4.
> I run pbs_server and then pbsnodes -a reports that the node is "down".
> 
> When I look in the logs the server log says that that it can ping 
> "itself" ok but fails to make a connection and sets the state as down.
> The mom_log shows that mom is trying to say hello but the connection to 
> the server times out.
> 
> I am sure this is a simple problem that many people have faced, does 
> anybody have any ideas?
> 
> Also when I run pbs_sched I get an error message "pbs_sched: Cannot 
> assign requested address (99) in main, bind"
> 
> Cheers
> Ben
> 
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