[torqueusers] qsub: Bad UID for job execution

Santiago Iturriaga siturria at fing.edu.uy
Sat Mar 27 20:16:56 MDT 2010

/etc/hosts contains the following:

[siturria at cluster ~]$ cat /etc/hosts
# Do not remove the following line, or various programs
# that require network functionality will fail.
::1     localhost.localdomain   localhost  node20.cluster.fing     node20  node19.cluster.fing     node19  node18.cluster.fing     node18  node17.cluster.fing     node17  node16.cluster.fing     node16  node15.cluster.fing     node15  node14.cluster.fing     node14  node13.cluster.fing     node13  node12.cluster.fing     node12  node11.cluster.fing     node11  node10.cluster.fing     node10   node09.cluster.fing     node09   node08.cluster.fing     node08   node07.cluster.fing     node07   node06.cluster.fing     node06   node05.cluster.fing     node05   node04.cluster.fing     node04   node03.cluster.fing     node03   node02.cluster.fing     node02   node01.cluster.fing     node01  oscar_server    
nfs_oscar       pbs_oscar   cluster.fing.edu.uy     cluster

At first I had /var/spool/pbs/server_name set to cluster.fing.edu.uy. 
Now I changed it to pbs_oscar but had no luck, I keep getting the "Bad 
UID for job execution" error.

El 26/03/2010 12:17 p.m., Arnau Bria escribió:
> On Fri, 26 Mar 2010 11:31:34 +0000
> Santiago Iturriaga wrote:
> Hi Santiago,
> what's the content of /etc/hosts?
> Seems to me that torque is considering your server names as diff hosts,
> and confused about primary name server.
> *as simple test, try adding them to /etc/hosts.equiv. Not sure how R*
> commands will behave between diff hostnames in same host.
> HTH,
> Arnau
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