[Beowulf] PVM 3.4.5-12 terminates when adding Host on Ubuntu 9.10
reuti at staff.uni-marburg.de
Thu Feb 18 11:33:37 EST 2010
Am 17.02.2010 um 20:23 schrieb Tsz Kuen Ching:
> Thanks for the reply, I have asked around and found out that there
> are no firewall on the machine which blocks certain ports.
> Does anyone else have an idea or answer?
> On Sun, Feb 14, 2010 at 6:18 PM, Reuti <reuti at staff.uni-marburg.de>
> Am 11.02.2010 um 19:43 schrieb Tsz Kuen Ching:
> Whenever I attempt to add a host in PVM it ends up terminating the
> process in the master program. The process does run in the slave
> node, however because the PVM terminates I do not get access to the
> I'm currently using Ubuntu 9.10, and I used apt-get to install pvm
> ( pvmlib, pvmdev, pvm).
> Thus $PVM_ROOT is set automatically, and so is $PVM_ARCH
> As for the other variables, I have not looked for them.
> I can ssh into the the slave without the need of a password.
> Do you have any firwall on the machines which blocks certain ports?
> -- Reuti
> Any Ideas or suggestions?
> This is what happens:
> user at laptop> pvm
> pvm> add slave-slave
> add slave-slave
> user at laptop> ...
> The logs are as followed:
> Laptop log
> [t80040000] 02/11 10:23:32 laptop (127.0.1.1:55884) LINUX 3.4.5
Does the laptop have a real address instead of 127.0.1.1, from which
it can be accessed from slave-slave? Instead of using ssh, you can
also startup pvm without any rsh/ssh by specifying: so=ms in the
hostfile for this particular slave-slave and type a command by hand
> [t80040000] 02/11 10:23:32 ready Thu Feb 11 10:23:32 2010
> [t80040000] 02/11 10:23:32 netoutput() sendto: errno=22
> [t80040000] 02/11 10:23:32 em=0x2c24f0
> [t80040000] 02/11 10:23:32 [49/à][6e/à][76/à][61/à][6c/à][69/à][64/
> [t80040000] 02/11 10:23:32 netoutput() sendto: Invalid argument
> [t80040000] 02/11 10:23:32 pvmbailout(0)
> [t80080000] 02/11 10:23:25 slave-slave (xxx.x.x.xxx:57344) LINUX64
> [t80080000] 02/11 10:23:25 ready Thu Feb 11 10:23:25 2010
> [t80080000] 02/11 10:28:26 work() run = STARTUP, timed out waiting
> for master
> [t80080000] 02/11 10:28:26 pvmbailout(0)
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