[GE users] questions about hostname resolution

Ed Struzynski Ed.Struzynski at rlx.com
Mon Nov 8 20:05:40 GMT 2004


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It returns the short name for all the cluster nodes. Using the gethostbyname in the same directory also returns short names.

ed

-----Original Message-----
From: Rayson Ho [mailto:raysonho at eseenet.com]
Sent: Monday, November 08, 2004 1:53 PM
To: users at gridengine.sunsource.net
Subject: RE: [GE users] questions about hostname resolution

What does $SGE_ROOT/utilbin/<platform>/gethostbyaddr return when you give
it the IP of your hosts?

Rayson



>When creating the cluster manually I answer "yes" to the "Are all hosts of
your cluster in one DNS domain?"  question, and using a template.conf file
I have:
>
>
># If true, the domainnames will be ignored, during the hostname resolving
># if false, the fully qualified domain name will be used for name
resolving
>HOSTNAME_RESOLVING="true"
>
>
>However, I don't see ignore_fqdn in the qconf -sconf output. Adding this,
using qconf -mconf, then restarting sge does not change the output.
>
>The problem is consistency, regardless of whether on or off, I would
expect the hostname output to always be displayed as a fqdn, or always
not.
>
>
>Ed s.
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