[slurm-users] SLURM on Ubuntu 16.04
pgoetz at math.utexas.edu
Wed Apr 25 15:46:32 MDT 2018
Hi Eric -
Did you follow my suggestion of -- on 18.04, mind you; the packages on
16.04 are too old --
- Install the slurmctld package on the SMS (the master)
- Install the slurmd package on the nodes?
You'll still need to do some configuration, but my guess is this will
pull in the necessary dependencies and set everything up for you.
On 04/25/2018 04:15 PM, Eric F. Alemany wrote:
> Hi John,
> Thank you for your reply.
> I followed the steps on the same site and am careful with all the steps
> but i still cannot make it work. Some people say that Ubuntu has
> packages for SLURM and i dont have to deal with downloading tar ball and
> make sure that all the files go to the right place.
> *Eric F. Alemany*
> /System Administrator for Research/
> Division of Radiation & Cancer Biology
> Department of Radiation Oncology
> Stanford University School of Medicine
> Stanford, California 94305
> Tel:1-650-498-7969 <tel:1-650-498-7969>No Texting
> Fax:1-650-723-7382 <tel:1-650-723-7382>
>> On Apr 25, 2018, at 1:52 PM, John Kelly <john.kelly at broadcom.com
>> <mailto:john.kelly at broadcom.com>> wrote:
>> Hi Eric
>> I found this site very useful
>> On Wed, Apr 25, 2018 at 1:01 PM, evan clark <eclark28 at fau.edu
>> <mailto:eclark28 at fau.edu>> wrote:
>> I would also recommend this guide, it helped quite a bit when
>> getting my personal cluster online.
>> One recommendation is to have ntp, shared storage for home
>> directories, and LDAP so user ids are synced across machines.
>>> Eric F. Alemany <mailto:ealemany at stanford.edu>
>>> April 25, 2018 3:27 PM
>>> New to the forum and new to SLURM. I have 5 servers. 1 can be the
>>> master/headnode and 4 can be the compute node. My goal is to help
>>> a post-doc run “jobs” on the cluster and utilizing all the CPU’s
>>> and RAM from the 4 compute nodes. The post-doc runs radiation
>>> Monte Carlo simulation, RNA/DNA sequencing, DESEQ..etc
>>> I understand this is a very general question and i am sure there
>>> is a lot to take in consideration but if someone could guide
>>> through simple steps on how to install and configure SLURM on
>>> ubuntu for 1 master/headnode and 4 compute nodes I would be very
>>> Thank you for your time and help.
>>> *Eric F. Alemany*
>>> /System Administrator for Research/
>>> Division of Radiation & Cancer Biology
>>> Department of Radiation Oncology
>>> Stanford University School of Medicine
>>> Stanford, California 94305
>>> Tel:1-650-498-7969 <tel:1-650-498-7969>No Texting
>>> Fax:1-650-723-7382 <tel:1-650-723-7382>
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