[gridengine users] qconf -sh fails on Centos 4 guest.
simon.d.matthews at gmail.com
Fri Jan 13 06:01:53 UTC 2012
On Thu, Jan 12, 2012 at 10:00 PM, Simon Matthews <simon.d.matthews at gmail.com
> I am running the same version. I have one installation tree that is NFS
> mounted. All clients use the same binaries.
> I had wanted to move to 6.2U5, but I can't find a source to download it.
Arrgh --- apologies for the top posting!
> On Thu, Jan 12, 2012 at 9:50 PM, Rayson Ho <rayson at scalablelogic.com>wrote:
>> On Fri, Jan 13, 2012 at 12:02 AM, Simon Matthews
>> <simon.d.matthews at gmail.com> wrote:
>> > I have an installation of SGE 6.2U4 that I downloaded some years ago
>> that I
>> > have installed on a couple of qmaster hosts.
>> Are you using the same version of SGE (SGE 6.2u4) on both the qmaster
>> & the node? You can run "qconf -help | head -1" on both the master &
>> the node to show the version.
>> Most common GDI errors are due to mismatching versions of Grid Engine
>> - and if you are running the same version of SGE, then let us know, I
>> will dig the code to see what can possibly go wrong.
>> And don't worry about still using the Sun binaries, I work with sites
>> that have even older versions of Grid Engine. Sun contributed the code
>> to open source, and without Sun we wouldn't have this community.
>> > I hope that I do not offend the users of this list by asking for help
>> > a binary installation, using binaries built by Sun.
>> > I hope that someone can shed some light on the problem.
>> > I have built some new virtualized clients using KVM on a Centos 6 host.
>> > Centos 5 client seems to work properly, but the Centos 4 client does
>> not. I
>> > need a Centos 4 execd for testing purposes.
>> > I cannot install sge_execd, because of the qconf problems.
>> > qconf -sh results in:
>> > qconf -sh
>> > ERROR: failed receiving gdi request response for mid=1 (got no message).
>> > I get this message if I try this client against the new cluster and a
>> > cluster that has been running for several years. Other Centos 4 clients
>> > run "qconf -ch" against both clusters without problem.
>> > qping works from the problematic client:
>> > qping -info sgemaster 6444 qmaster 1
>> > 01/12/2012 20:59:38:
>> > SIRM version: 0.1
>> > SIRM message id: 1
>> > start time: 01/12/2012 16:31:57 (1326414717)
>> > run time [s]: 16052
>> > messages in read buffer: 0
>> > messages in write buffer: 0
>> > nr. of connected clients: 2
>> > status: 2
>> > info: MAIN: E (16052.50) | signaler000: E
>> (16052.05) |
>> > event_master000: E (0.58) | timer000: E (1.58) | worker000: W (41.59) |
>> > worker001: W (101.61) | listener000: W (5.58) | listener001: W (5.58) |
>> > scheduler000: W (5.57) | ERROR
>> > malloc: arena(0) |ordblks(1) | smblks(0) | hblksr(0) |
>> > hblhkd(0) usmblks(0) | fsmblks(0) | uordblks(0) | fordblks(0) |
>> > Monitor: disabled
>> > Simon
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