[GE users] installing exec host hangs at start of sge_commd

John Hearns john.hearns at clustervision.com
Tue Jul 6 09:06:18 BST 2004

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On Tue, 2004-07-06 at 02:42, Don Shesnicky wrote:
> I'm installed 5.3p6 on redhat with the master on a stock 7.2 host with
> the 2.4.7-10smp kernel.
> Hardware is dual cpu Supermicros with Xeon processors. I ran the
> qmaster install as root
I have installed Gridengine on several setups with similar hardware.

But I do hate to ask - why RH 7.2 and a 2.4.7 kernel? These are
rather out of date.
And why version 5.3 of Gridengine rather than 6.0?.

> with an adminstrative admin of sgeadmin. Directory is an nfs mount of
> /tools/sge/default
> with the leaf being a link to the actual /tools/sge/5.3p6 directory,
> therefore the default cell
> would be /tools/sge/default/default.
> Now I'm trying to install the first exec host as root and it's hanging
> starting the daemons:
>    Grid Engine execution daemon startup
>    ------------------------------------
>    Starting execution daemon daemon. Please wait ...
>       starting sge_execd
>    starting program: /tools/sge/default/bin/glinux/sge_commd
>    using service "sge_commd"
>    bound to port 536
>    <hangs forever>

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