We currently have two clusters that are working independently and both have DQS and NQS running. We are trying to transition to using Torque and Maui but are running into some problems.<br><br>Here is what I am getting from one of the more advanced cluster users:
<br><br>In the default configuration pbs_server was complaining, that it could not talk to a scheduler<br>on port 15004 (see /var/spool/torque/server_logs). So I changed the SERVERPORT for Maui<br>in /usr/local/maui/maui.cfg. Then, pbs_server does not complain any more, but my
<br>test script still does not get scheduled.<br><br>We were able to submit jobs using the scheduler that came with torque but it was unfortunately not smart enough for our environment as it just seemed to queue to the first node available and did not look at the load on the node.
<br><br>The underlying machines are running esentially RH 7.2 and 7.2 though they were updated from the fedora legacy project and they are running kernel 2.4.35-pre4.<br><br>If anyone has any suggestions as to fixes or to additional information that may help in figuring it out please let me know.
<br><br>Thank you,<br>Rob Lines<br>