[GE users] Shadow master
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Fri May 7 11:30:02 BST 2010
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Are you using a RPC-based spooling DB server or is your BDB over NFSv4?
Only those two methods allows for the use of a shadow.
Did you source your settings.sh file?
Is this a different arch than what you have installed?
(look at uname -a and then look in the util dir to verify)
RedHat Certified Engineer
On Thu, May 6, 2010 at 2:39 PM, heywood <heywood at cshl.edu<mailto:heywood at cshl.edu>> wrote:
It used to be that installing the shadow master just involved putting the
hostname of the machine that will run the shadow master in
/opt/sge/default/common/shadow_masters, and then starting the shadow master
on that node with "/opt/sge/default/common/sgemaster -shadowd". A few SGE
versions ago I tested failover and it was fine. sge_qmaster runs on the main
head node and sge_shadowd runs on the shadow/spare head node.
Earlier this week the main head node was rebooted, and it appeared that
failover worked since the act_qmaster file was updated to hold the
shadow/spare node name. But SGE commands got the error that they couldn't
find the connection for the qmaster port. So did qping.
So I looked at the 6.2u5 docs, and they now say to "install" the shadow
master with "./inst_sge -sm". OK, maybe something changed since the shadow
master failover worked for us in an earlier version. But trying that, I get:
Creating local configuration
value == NULL for attribute "mailer" in configuration list of "bhmnode1"
./util/install_modules/inst_common.sh: line 261: Translate: command not
./util/install_modules/inst_common.sh: line 263: Translate: command not
./util/install_modules/inst_common.sh: line 264: Translate: command not
So... How do I get shadow master failover working again?
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