[slurm-users] "cannot find auth plugin for auth/munge" with slurm-llnl (was Re: slurm-users Digest, Vol 11, Issue 46)

Gennaro Oliva oliva.g at na.icar.cnr.it
Tue Oct 2 01:27:56 MDT 2018

Hi Alan,

On Mon, Oct 01, 2018 at 01:25:01PM +0000, Alan Do-Omri wrote:
> Sure here it is:
> ii  slurm-client                          15.08.7-1build1                            amd64        SLURM client side commands
> ii  slurm-llnl                            15.08.7-1build1                            all          transitional dummy package for slurm-wlm
> ii  slurm-llnl-slurmdbd                   15.08.7-1build1                            all          transitional dummy package for slurmdbd
> ii  slurm-wlm                             15.08.7-1build1                            amd64        Simple Linux Utility for Resource Management
> ii  slurm-wlm-basic-plugins               15.08.7-1build1                            amd64        SLURM basic plugins
> ii  slurmctld                             15.08.7-1build1                            amd64        SLURM central management daemon
> ii  slurmd                                15.08.7-1build1                            amd64        SLURM compute node daemon
> ii  slurmdbd                              15.08.7-1build1                            amd64        Secure enterprise-wide interface to a database for SLURM

everythings looks fine, you should check now 

1) that you are using the slurmdbd shipped with the ubuntu package, by
   using the command:

sudo which slurmdbd

   which should return:


2) That the slurmdbd binary was not modified, by using the command:

md5sum /usr/sbin/slurmdbd

   which should return

de9a831b192d4ee11aaabfde6a5ef81d  /usr/sbin/slurmdbd

3) that the plugin is still in place:

ls /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/slurm/auth_munge.so

   which should return


4) that the plugin binary has not been modified by using the command:

md5sum /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/slurm/auth_munge.so

   which should return

07fd80a6e705bc1669bf84e74c19c702  /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/slurm/auth_munge.so

if everything is fine, please send the whole configuration files
slurmdbd.conf and slurm.conf changing the sensitive data inside.

Gennaro Oliva

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