[GE users] installing sge master

Rafid Al-Khannak alkhannak at googlemail.com
Sun Dec 14 17:52:31 GMT 2008

Dear Prentice and all,

thanks for the notes, they are very helpful and the command qconf is working

--but about the qmon

1- when i wrote          qmon          the following message appears:

qmon: error while loading shared libraries: libXm.so.3: cannot open shared
object file: No such file or directory

2- and when i wrote       ldd 'which qmon'       the following message

ldd: ./which qmon: No such file or directory

about the first case i downloaded a package contains the libXm.so.3 and put
it in /usr/X11R6/lib (as i did with the libXm.so.2, libXm.so.2.1)

but the same message always appear for the first case:

qmon: error while loading shared libraries: libXm.so.3: cannot open shared
object file: No such file or directory

--also after i followed the notes that you gave me i wrote       ps -ef |
grep sge         and the output was:

root      3307     1  0 17:33 ?        00:00:00
root      4135  4041  0 17:54 pts/2    00:00:00 grep sge

does that mean the system is working properly? (because when i checked the
"Verifying the Installation" chaper it was almost the same output but not
exactly the same)

and what about the qmon?


2008/12/12 Prentice Bisbal <prentice at ias.edu>

> Rafid Al-Khannak wrote:
> > dear all,
> >
> > after installing the master host (i faced some problems throught the
> > installation like sgemaster didn't start and the CSP cert didn't copy to
> > the execution hosts but after the installation is finished i started
> > sgemaster without problems) i should write "qconf -sh" but this message
> > appears "bash: qconf: command not found"
> That's because qconf isn't in your PATH yet, because you didn't source
> settings.sh correctly.
> >
> > also i entered this command "SGE_ROOT/default/common#./settings.sh" and
> > "SGE_ROOT/default/common#./settings.csh" and this message appears "bash:
> > ./settings.sh: Permission denied"
> >
> There are a couple of mistakes in your commands. First you need to
> define SGE_ROOT properly. Assuming your shell is bash and you installed
> SGE in /usr/local/sge, your commands should be this:
> SGE_ROOT=/usr/local/sge
> source $SGE_ROOT/default/common/settings.sh
> Notice I use the command "source" and that $SGE_ROOT has a "$" at the
> front of it, indicating that it SGE_ROOT is a variable.
> If you do that correctly, the qconf commands should work for you.
> > and from the verifying the installation i typed this command "ps -ax |
> > grep sge" and the output was:
> >
> > Warning: bad ps syntax, perhaps a bogus '-'? See
> > http://procps.sf.net/faq.html
> > 32013 ?        Sl     0:00 /home/sun/bin/lx24-x86/sge_qmaster
> >   311 pts/0    R+     0:00 grep sge
> Wrong syntax of the 'ps' command. Try 'ps -ef | grep sge' instead.
> Please read the man page for 'ps'. It's a very useful tool if you know
> all the switches to it. You can read the man page with the command 'man ps'
> >
> > also with the qmon when i wrote it under sge_root and under the common:
> > SGE_ROOT/default/common # qmon
> > SGE_ROOT # qmon
> >
> > the output was:
> > bash: qmon: command not found
> Again, this is because you didn't source your settings.sh file
> correctly. If you follow the steps above, 'qmon' should work.
> --
> Prentice
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