[GE users] Re: no cqueue list defined

Angel Arancibia angel.arancibia at gmail.com
Thu Jan 17 13:26:35 GMT 2008


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Yes, it was name a resolution problem. Now it seems to be up and running.

Thanks

2008/1/17, Angel Arancibia <angel.arancibia at gmail.com>:
> Hi, I'm Angel Arancibia. I'm new in the sge world.
>
> After a big electrical problem, I'm having problems to put it up and
> running again. It not recognize the queue's.
>
> $> qstats -f
> (empty)
>
> $>qconf -sql
> no cqueue list defined
>
> $>qconf -sh
> (the list of host)
>
> in the directory SGE_HOME/default/spool/qmaster/cqueues/ are the
> correct queue's configuration file.
>
> When I try
> $qconf -Aq queue_name
> unable to resolve host "era-k4"
>
> It is posible that if it can't resolv a name define in the queue
> configuration it abort to initialize it?. what is the "cqueue list"?
> where I can find it?
>
> I will  try to resolv all the dns errors anyway.
>
> Thanks in advance.
>
> Amgel Arancibia
>

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