[torqueusers] location of pam module
garrick at usc.edu
Wed Dec 15 09:17:34 MST 2010
Dont run autoconf by itself. It has to be run with it's set of tools. You probably have some sort of autotools mismatch now.
Run 'autoreconf -v -f -i' to correctly generate all of the autotools files.
HPCC/Linux Systems Admin
On Dec 15, 2010, at 7:14 AM, Lloyd Brown <lloyd_brown at byu.edu> wrote:
> On 12/14/10 7:22 PM, Garrick Staples wrote:
>> What does configure say for "checking host system type..."?
>> Have you generated configure yourself?
> I'm not quite sure what you mean by whether or not I generated configure
> myself. I did run autoconf in this case, at the instructions of
> Adaptive, to increment the version number for the patched version.
> There weren't any special parameters to autoconf. I just ran it in that
> directory. Admittedly I'm not very familiar with autoconf, so I'm not
> entirely sure what happened. We just changed the "AC_INIT" in
> "configure.ac" to have the version number "18.104.22.16801patch", then ran
> autoconf. From there on, it was the same "configure", "make", "make
> rpm" process I've always used.
> Looking through the "configure.log", I find these lines; Is this the
> info you're after?
>> ## ----------- ##
>> ## Core tests. ##
>> ## ----------- ##
>> configure:1726: checking build system type
>> configure:1744: result: x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu
>> configure:1752: checking host system type
>> configure:1766: result: x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu
>> So why do you disable rpp?
> That's an old config parameter that I haven't changed since 2.2.x or
> before. I don't remember exactly why for certain, but it seemed like
> there was some concern about the scalability for large clusters. I
> can't find that recommendation in the Torque manual anymore, though, so
> I don't have anything to back it up. It's very possible that this is a
> bad idea. Unless you tell me otherwise, though, I'm going to assume
> that this is a I'm-just-curious kind of question, and not really germane
> to the question at hand. I'm willing to take feedback or have a
> discussion about this, but unless it's related to the pam module's
> location, lets do this in a separate list thread, or off-list if you'd
> Lloyd Brown
> Systems Administrator
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