[GE users] adding Execution Host - Problems with Hostnames

neoideo axischire at gmail.com
Thu Apr 8 04:11:00 BST 2010


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after trying many things,
i found my problem was that i had to add on both /etc/hosts file the server hostnames, now i can properly add the execution host.

(somewhere in the process i had an issue because i was installing the execution host as "root", then i changed to the normal user and it gave an error that it didnt had manager privileges
so in the master node i added the use raccount to manager list, is this a good solution?)

now,
the problem is that when i list the hosts with
$ qhost
the new added host appears with all his attributes as "-"
and when i ran this simple job.
$ qrsh hostname
i never got response.

any ideas where should i look ?

Cristobal




On Wed, Apr 7, 2010 at 6:55 PM, Cristobal Navarro <axischire at gmail.com<mailto:axischire at gmail.com>> wrote:
Hello,

here is the escenario:

2 mac pros.

one as master node, qmaster script installed correctly.
his hostname is "mac-pro-3.local"

when i try to configure the execution host daemon, it fails trying to resolve "mac-pro-3".
i think there is a problem with the hostname of the master node, i have tried changing it to "mac-pro-3" but no success.

the host is mounting the NFS shared folder.
this is the error when trying installing execd on host

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Cannot contact qmaster. The command failed:

./bin/darwin-x86/qconf -sh

The error message was:

ERROR: unable to send message to qmaster using port 6444 on host ?mac-pro-3?: can?t resolve host name

You can fix the problem now or abort the installation procedure.
The problem can be:

? the qmaster is not running
? the qmaster host is down
? an active firewall blocks your request

Contact qmaster again (y/n) (?n? will abort) [y] >>

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i wish i could get rid of that "local" sufix permanently, i've tried modifiyng /etc/hosts  ,  scutil,  with no success.

both macs are Leopard 10.5.6

any help, advice is welcome, thanks in advance

Cristobal






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