[GE users] trying to remove an execution host (NEWBIE ALERT)
paolo.supino at gmail.com
Tue Sep 9 08:17:14 BST 2008
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Thanx :-) I needed to run both commands in order to disable the host from
being an execution host ...
On Mon, Sep 8, 2008 at 6:02 PM, Chris Dagdigian <dag at sonsorol.org> wrote:
> Hi Paolo,
> Do a "qconf -mq all.q" and look at the "hosts" line of the queue
> configuration. If you mistaken host is listed there just remove it and the
> change will be made live as soon as you exit from the editor session.
> If you just see a SGE hostgroup such as "@allhosts" mentioned in your queue
> config then you need to edit the hostgroup to remove the host in question
> that can be dine via:
> qconf -mhgrp @allhosts
> ... or similar. Again, just like all SGE interactive configuration actions,
> your change is "live" in the system once you exit from the editor session.
> I've personally had better luck running the SGE installer scripts in
> "remove" mode to delete execution hosts. If you go into $SGE_ROOT and run
> "./ins_sge -h" the help syntax will show you how to invoke the script such
> that you are removing rather than installing the exechost. I don't recall
> from memory what the exact command is through.
> On Sep 8, 2008, at 11:50 AM, Paolo Supino wrote:
>> I mistakenly added the master host as an execution host and now I'm
>> trying to remove it. But when I try to remove it using qconf -de [hostname]
>> it prints out the following error message: Host object [hostname] is still
>> referenced in cluster queue "all.q". How do I remove the host from the all.q
>> so I can remove it from the execution list?
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