[torqueusers] Unauthorized Request
mreppert at mit.edu
Tue Sep 27 11:19:53 MDT 2011
I ran into exactly the same issue installing on Natty. The solution for me
was to modify the /etc/hosts file from the Ubuntu default. I have pasted
below some notes that I made on fixing the issues in our install.
The installation instructions at
very well, up to a few glitches (which cost several days) described below:
the first with recognizing the proper host address (fixed by editing the
/etc/hosts file) and the second due to problems with password-less ssh for
scp file transfer from the compute nodes back to the head (fixed using
ssh-keygen and setting the proper permissions).
The online installation instructions say simply to go to the torque-2.4.8
directory and type (as sudo):
$ make install
I found that in addition, before running Torque (probably better before
installation), the file /etc/hosts needs to be modified from the Ubuntu
default. *In place of *the first few lines (the ipv4 part) reading
127.0.1.1 <host domain name>
< more stuff about IPv6 >
(the lines here are the Ubuntu 11.04 default) one should add the actual
(static, internal) ip addresses of both the head and compute nodes:
<static internal ip for host> <host domain name>
<static internal ip for compute #1> <compute node #1 domain name>
<static internal ip for compute #2> <compute node #2 domain name>
< same stuff about IPv6 >
For example, if your head node domain name is headnode (local static ip
192.168.1.100) and you have two compute nodes named compute-0-0 and
compute-0-1, the /etc/hosts might look like
< same stuff about IPv6 >
This is important so that the pbs_server recognizes the head node as the
actual host -- otherwise, it will be confused and try doing things like
communicating with "root at localhost" instead of "root@<domain name>" (i.e.
“root at headnode” in our example). The problem is that both 127.0.0.1 and
127.0.1.1 are ip addresses which point to the computer itself. One needs the
actual static ip of headnode in the second line or either (1) the qmgr on
the head node will not recognize the head node itself or (2) the compute
nodes will try communicating with "127.0.0.1" (i.e. themselves) rather than
with the head node.
On Mon, Sep 26, 2011 at 3:20 PM, Vt Vt <vt7500 at yahoo.com> wrote:
> I have been baffled by the error "Unauthorized Request" that I keep getting
> while installing torque. I tried several versions including 3.0.2 and some
> older versions.
> System: Ubuntu 11.04 Natty Narhwal
> machine type : its a single cpu (12 core machine)
> I am trying to use just 8 cores for the setup. My questions are:
> (1) how to get rid of this error?
> server logs:
> PBS_Server;Req;req_reject;Reject reply code=15007(Unauthorized Request ),
> aux=0, type=Manager, from root at localhost
> # qmgr -c 'p s '
> # Set server attributes.
> set server acl_hosts = XXXX
> set server log_events = 511
> set server mail_from = adm
> set server scheduler_iteration = 600
> set server node_check_rate = 150
> set server tcp_timeout = 6
> # create queue batch
> qmgr obj=batch svr=default: Unauthorized Request
> Qmgr: list server managers
> Server XXXX.XX.XXXX.XXX (no output)
> Qmgr: set server managers+=root at XXXX
> qmgr obj= svr=default: Unauthorized Request
> trying qterm gives the same result.
> (2) how do I add a host to server_manager?
> (3) How do I completely uninstall torque when I install torque from a
> tarball using default parameters?
> (4) has anybody got a detaled info on a ubuntu 11.04 + torque install ?
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