OpenPBS under RH7?
arnoldg at ncsa.uiuc.edu
Thu Apr 26 11:08:50 EDT 2001
Define "pretty good sized". I may have a patch for you to try if it's the
same problem I ran into. See the NCSA Scaling Patch and README at:
We're testing another patch to PBS that also helps with scaling--it may be
added to that site soon.
On Thu, 26 Apr 2001, Roger L. Smith wrote:
> Hello Folks,
> We've got a pretty good sized Linux cluster that we are finally about to
> release to our users. During all of our testing and benchmarking, we've
> been using RedHat 7.0 and the 2.4.2 kernel. We've worked out most all of
> the problems until we installed OpenPBS (v2.3.12).
> Our test users have been experiencing a problem where the pbs_mom daemon
> on the first node on a given job will die. It typically seems to die
> either when the job finishes, or when the user tries to qdel the job.
> It's not consistent, however. One of our users estimates that it fails 2
> out of 5 times. The corrective action for this includes deleting
> everything out of /var/spool/PBS/mom_priv/jobs/<jobnum*> and restarting
> the daemon on the node.
> This is becoming a very serious issue for us, and may require that I
> downgrade the entire cluster to RedHat 6.2 and/or a 2.2 kernel. I'm not
> anxious to do this for several reasons.
> Is anyone on this list running a similar configuration, or have any
> experience with this problem?
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