[slurm-users] Does latest slurm version still work on CentOS 6?
mrobbert at mines.edu
Mon Feb 11 16:34:30 UTC 2019
You need to use the legacy spec file from the contribs directory:
ls -l slurm-18.08.5/contribs/slurm.spec-legacy
-rw-r--r-- 1 mrobbert mrobbert 38574 Jan 30 11:59
On 2/11/19 9:26 AM, Colas Rivière wrote:
> I'm trying to update slurm to the latest stable version 18.08.5-2. Our
> cluster uses CentOS 6.8 and updating it tricky because of Lustre support.
> According to https://slurm.schedmd.com/platforms.html, CentOS 6 is
> still supported.
> However, `yum-builddep slurm-18.08.5-2/slurm.spec` fails, because
> `slurm.spec` contains `BuildRequires: systemd` which is not available
> on CentOS 6 (at least on my 6.8 apparently).
> Does slurm 18.08 work on mode recent versions of CentOS 6? Am I
> missing something, or is the platforms page out of date?
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