[GE issues] [Issue 2847] New - Execd install fails when hostname contains capital letters
torsten.blix at sun.com
Tue Dec 23 11:02:35 GMT 2008
Summary|Execd install fails when hostname contains capital let
------- Additional comments from torsten at sunsource.net Tue Dec 23 03:02:34 -0800 2008 -------
During an execd installation, step "Checking hostname resolving", the
installation produces a warning that the host, on which the execd is to be
installed, is not known as an administrative host:
This hostname is not known at qmaster as an administrative host.
However, the host is already part of the administrative host list (qconf -sh).
The hostname in this administrative host list contains uppercase letters. It is
reported exactly the same way (including the uppercase letters) by
'$SGE_UTILBIN/gethostname -aname'. Nevertheless, the installation procedure does
not recognize that the names are the same.
This happens in a system that uses FQDN with no default domain.
In util/install_modules/inst_execd.sh, line 285, the same tr command as in line
282 should be used on the hostname.
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