[GE users] all defined hosts

Iwona Sakrejda isakrejda at lbl.gov
Tue Jul 3 08:22:39 BST 2007


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Ravi Chandra Nallan wrote:
> Can you let us know where are you seeing the error (spool 
> messages/stdout),
The error is in the messages file on the host where the qmaster runs.
> and what is the exact error?
07/02/2007 16:11:33|qmaster|pc1805|E|cannot recreate queue all.q from 
disk because of unknown host pc1807.nersc.gov

That shows up after I run /etc/init.d/sgemaster start

Iwona
>
> -Ravi
>
> Iwona Sakrejda wrote:
>> Where does SGE keep list of all defined hosts?
>> I am afraid it got corrupted that's why I am asking.
>> I use classical spooling with sge 6.0u4
>>
>> I was able to find a list of execution hosts and admin hosts and
>> submit hosts. A particular host is in all those directories
>> and looks properly defined.
>>
>> Yet when I am starting SGE I get a message that the queue
>> all.q cannot be defined because that particular host is unknown to
>> SGE.....
>>
>> Thank you,
>>
>> iwona
>>
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