[GE users] Automated Install Hangs
Marco.Donauer at Sun.COM
Thu Sep 18 07:30:25 BST 2008
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the installation creates the install log file in /tmp, after a
successful installation this file would be moved to
Your output shows that the log file copy does not work. You're writing
that SGE_ROOT is read only, this could be the problem why the log file
can't be copied.
This could be a bug. If you want to see the debug output, you could have
a look into this /tmp/install.30775 file.
There is currently no way to change the logging directory, but looking
into SGE_ROOT/util/install_modules/inst_common.sh, you will find a
function called MoveLog().
In this function you will find a line:
Change this to your own need, please. If you could send me your log
file, I will have a look on it
On 09/18/08 01:32, Gary Richardson wrote:
> good call. It looks like it's trying to copy the log file to the
> install log dir:
> + /bin/echo -e
> + ./utilbin/lx24-x86/infotext -log 'Command failed: %s' cp -f
> Command failed:
> + ./utilbin/lx24-x86/infotext -log 'Probably a permission problem.
> Please check file access permissions.'
> Probably a permission problem. Please check file access permissions.
> + ./utilbin/lx24-x86/infotext -log 'Check read/write permission. Check
> if SGE daemons are running.'
> Check read/write permission. Check if SGE daemons are running.
> I don't see anywhere in the config template to specify a different
> logging directory. Is there a way?
> On Wed, Sep 17, 2008 at 4:18 PM, Chris Dagdigian <dag at sonsorol.org
> <mailto:dag at sonsorol.org>> wrote:
> Hi Gary,
> This is what I do when debugging auto install failures:
> Edit the inst_sge script and change the first line to "/bin/sh -x"
> to enable debug output. You'll get a massive flood of output but
> in my experience it usually shows exactly where and why the error
> is happening.
> On Sep 17, 2008, at 6:59 PM, Gary Richardson wrote:
> I'm trying to get automated execution client installs working.
> When I run the install, the execd installs and starts up, but
> the install process hangs. If I run top or ps aux | grep
> inst_sge, it looks like it's continually forking processes
> that are exiting:
> [root@<removed>] ps auxww | grep inst_
> root 9855 10.0 1.5 27456 26240 ttyp0 S 15:47
> 0:56 /bin/sh ./inst_sge -x -auto /tmp/local.conf -noremote
> root 9653 9.7 1.4 27020 25836 ttyp0 R 15:47
> 0:55 /bin/sh ./inst_sge -x -auto /tmp/local.conf
> root 17032 0.0 1.4 27456 25620 ttyp0 R 15:57
> 0:00 /bin/sh ./inst_sge -x -auto /tmp/local.conf -noremote
> In my cluster, I have a master server that exports it's
> SGE_ROOT directory as read only through NFS. Execution daemons
> mount this in the same place on their system. I'm creating an
> local execution spool dir.
> If I do an interactive install, everything happens properly.
> Any advice?
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