[slurm-users] What means this error ?
valerio at selnet.org
Tue Jun 25 14:32:31 UTC 2019
On Tue, 2019-06-25 at 08:48 -0400, Eli V wrote:
> My first guess would be that the host is not listed as one of the two
> controllers in the slurm.conf. Also, keep in mind munge, and thus
> slurm is very sensitive to lack of clock synchronization between
> nodes. FYI, I run a hand built slurm 18.08.07 on debian 8 & 9 without
> issues. Haven't tried 10 yet.
I have discovered that Slurm is also sensitive to computer names.
The controller was listed but with a dot and a domain name, I have
removed the dot and domain name and resolved.
Now I have another problem, the slurmd on the compute node refuses to
connect to the controller with this error: Protocol authentication error
> On Tue, Jun 25, 2019 at 1:50 AM Valerio Bellizzomi <valerio at selnet.org> wrote:
> > I have installed slurmctld on Debian Testing, trying to start the daemon
> > by hand:
> > # /usr/sbin/slurmctld -D -v -f /etc/slurm-llnl/slurm.conf
> > slurmctld: error: High latency for 1000 calls to gettimeofday(): 2072
> > microseconds
> > slurmctld: pidfile not locked, assuming no running daemon
> > slurmctld: slurmctld version 18.08.5-2 started on cluster selroc
> > slurmctld: Munge cryptographic signature plugin loaded
> > slurmctld: error: This host (master02/master02) not a valid controller
> > Thanks
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