[GE users] ARco on RHEL4 ?

brettlee brett.lee at sun.com
Wed Jan 13 04:10:05 GMT 2010


Bill,

My mistake.  With lots of different SGE installs lately, got confused 
between what had been installed where.  Have not installed ARCo on 
CentOS/Red Hat.

-Brett

brettlee wrote:
> Bill,
> 
> Were you able to complete the install of ARCo?  During ARCo, you should 
> have been prompted for the location of Java, like:
> 
> Java setup
> ----------
> ARCo needs at least java 1.5
> Enter the path to your java installation [] >> /usr/java
> 
> I installed on CentOS 5.x - my notes at the link below:
> http://www.etpenguin.com/pub/Clustering/DRM/Grid/ResourceManagers/SGE/
> See ARCo_Install_Config.txt
> 
> -Brett
> 
> bdbaddog wrote:
>> Greetings,
>>
>> Has anyone had success installing arco and sun java web console on RHEL4 ?
>> I get:
>> # export JAVA_HOME=/usr/java/jre1.6.0_17
>> # smcwebserver
>> Java command "/bin/java" does not exist.
>>
>> Any sugguestions?
>>
>>
>> Thanks,
>> Bill
>>
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