[slurm-users] Slurm source installation

Valeriana valeriana at cbpf.br
Mon May 14 07:54:29 MDT 2018


The plugins that I was mencioned are:

DMTCP,Padb,Hostlist,Interactive Script,mpich, openmpi, Node Health 
Check,PEStat,HDF5, PMIx and sqlog. I've got these from: 
https://slurm.schedmd.com/download.html I installed these plugins 
manually and after I installed slurm manually. Now, I'm going to install 
slurm on a node compute.

Thanks so much for you help! Valeriana

> Message: 1
> Date: Thu, 10 May 2018 17:08:35 +0200
> From: Ole Holm Nielsen<Ole.H.Nielsen at fysik.dtu.dk>
> To:<slurm-users at lists.schedmd.com>
> Subject: Re: [slurm-users] Slurm source installation
> Message-ID:<f56940dc-1361-fbbd-344b-db96e36089ed at fysik.dtu.dk>
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> On 10-05-2018 16:56, Valeriana wrote:
>> Hi Ole! Thanks for you help. I already checked this installation, but it
>> didn't help me much. I am not using rpm, I am installing direct from the
>> source code (configure, make and make install process). My question is:
>> do I need these plugins on the computational nodes? Thanks in advance,
> What you call "plugins" seems to be unrelated to Slurm, except for
> pam_slurm, so you don't "have to install" them.  You should install just
> what your users requireon the compute nodes, probably some MPI libraries
> etc., but that's entirely dependent on what you want to accomplish.
> I recommend to use RPMs on CentOS 7 rather than installing from the source.
> /Ole
>>> I'm new to SLURM. I just installed  slurm-17.11.5.tar.bz2 source on a
>>> Master server (CentOS 7 17.08) with the followings plugins:
>>> DMTCP,Padb,Hostlist,Interactive Script,mpich, openmpi, Node Health
>>> Check,PEStat,HDF5,pam_slurm,PMIx and sqlog. Munge is installed on a
>>> server and nodes and seems to be working fine.
>>> My question is: do I have to install all this plugins on nodes too or
>>> only slurm source?
>> You may perhaps find some answers in my Slurm installation Wiki page:
>> https://wiki.fysik.dtu.dk/niflheim/Slurm_installation
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