[Beowulf] tftp permission denied

John Hearns john.hearns at streamline-computing.com
Sun Jun 3 04:39:54 EDT 2007


Craig Tierney wrote:
> fahad saeed wrote:

>> Now the problem is that when i boot my slave node and 'command' it 
>> boot from the network (using Intel boot Boot Agent 1.1.07) I get this 
>> error
>>
>> PXE -T00 permission denied
>> PXE -E36 error received from tftp server

> # tftp localhost
> # get "blah"

I'll add another debugging tip to that one -
stop the tftp daemon service, then start it on the command line (as 
root) with the following flags:

-l -vv -s /path/to/your/tftpdirectory

The try Craig's tip - ie can you transfer a file by hand from 'localhost'
then reboot a compute node and follow the tftp request


> See if that works.
> 
> I was seeing something similar to this on RHEL5 this past week.
> I haven't got an answer yet, but it seemed that I could only
> transfer files that ended in .bin.  I wonder if it is a security
> or selinux issue, but I haven't tracked it down yet.
> 
> Craig
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