[GE users] Restarting the sge_qmaster

reuti reuti at staff.uni-marburg.de
Mon Nov 16 21:46:11 GMT 2009


Am 16.11.2009 um 18:03 schrieb emallove:

> On Mon, Nov/16/2009 05:48:38PM, reuti wrote:
>> Am 16.11.2009 um 17:16 schrieb emallove:
>>
>>> On Wed, Sep/16/2009 12:03:17AM, reuti wrote:
>>>> Hi,
>>>>
>>>> Am 15.09.2009 um 22:11 schrieb emallove:
>>>>
>>>>> My sge_qmaster machine crashed. I'm running my SGE daemons as a
>>>>> non-root user, so I was not able to restart the daemons using  
>>>>> SMF. I
>>>>> restarted the sge_qmaster by running install_qmaster, but this  
>>>>> wiped
>>>>> away my configuration (e.g., custom hostlists, queues, complex
>>>>> attributes, etc.). Is there a way to restart the sge_qmaster  
>>>>> without
>>>>> blowing away the configuration? Or a way to backup the  
>>>>> configuration
>>>>> files so that they can be easily restored?
>>>>
>>>> even when you run SGE as an ordinary user, you can always use the
>>>> scripts in "~/mySGE/default/common/sgemaster" and "sgeexecd" in the
>>>> same location with the arguments "start" and "stop" to control  
>>>> them.
>>>> During installation they will just be copied to /etc/init.d/ or  
>>>> alike
>>>> if you wish to start them at boot time.
>>>
>>> I can't find the "sgemaster" script:
>>>
>>>   $ find $HOME/software/ge6.2u3/default/common/
>>>   $HOME/software/ge6.2u3/default/common/
>>>   $HOME/software/ge6.2u3/default/common/cluster_name
>>
>> When there is nothing more left, it looks like a fresh installation.
>> Did you answer "yes" during the install_qmaster when you were asked
>> whether the existing configuration should be deleted?
>>
>
> No, but I did get the below response to one selection during
> install_qmaster:
>
>   Deleting bootstrap and cluster_name files!
>
>> Usually you find the two scripts (which will start the qmaster
>> respective the execd) in this directory along with other setup files.
>
> I can see a lot of configuration stuff in the "default/spool"
> sub-directory, e.g., all my exec/submit hosts and queues. Is there
> anything I can do, or do I have to do a fresh installation?

I don't know fou sure, but my approach would be to install a fresh  
SGE into a new directory and move the missing parts to the old  
installation. Then use the old installation for startup and cross  
your fingers.

-- Reuti


> -Ethan
>
>
>>
>> -- Reuti
>>
>>
>>> -Ethan
>>>
>>>>
>>>> -- Reuti
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