[slurm-users] Installation troubles
toomuchit at gmail.com
Mon Jul 1 20:03:05 UTC 2019
If you have a choice, I highly recommend going to the latest version
18.08 had some issues with creating the systemd units file. I forget the
details, but it was remedied.
Also, I highly recommend you install munge and munge-devel from epel.
Tried and true there.
But, basically, you are trying to mix installation types. make != rpmbuild
rpmbuild is looking at the rpm environment (since it is rpm) but your
munge was not installed that way. While you could hack around it, you
should probably just do the configure+make+make install method for both,
or do the rpm method for both.
I tend to build the rpms in a very simple method:
1) yum install munge munge-devel
2) rpmbuild -ta <slurm_package.tgz>
If there are any special functions you need, ensure you have the -devel
packages for them (eg: openmpi-devel) and slurm will detect that and
include it in the build.
On 7/1/2019 12:47 PM, HELLMERS Joe wrote:
> I’m having trouble installing Slurm 18.08.7 on Red Hat 7.3.
> I installed munge from source.
> When I try to install using rpmbuild I get a message that munge can’t
> be found.
> [root at pp-grid slurm]# rpmbuild -ta slurm-18.08.7.tar.bz2
> error: Failed build dependencies:
> munge-devel is needed by slurm-18.08.7-1.el7.x86_64
> munge-libs is needed by slurm-18.08.7-1.el7.x86_64
> When I try to install Slurm from source (./configure, make, make
> install) then I’m not getting systemd services created.
> Is there a way to specify the location of munge-devel and munge-libs
> or to create them system services if installing Slurm from source?
> Joe Hellmers
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