[slurm-users] Slurm MySQL database configuration
Chad.Cropper at genusplc.com
Tue Jul 21 21:00:00 UTC 2020
We just recently did the following with great success so far:
- 2 Centos7 servers setup with MariaDB 10.4 Community
- 1 Virtualbox VM on NFS storage
- 1 LXD container on CEPH storage
- Goal was to not rely on same server/storage for both SLURMDBD services
- SLURMDBD service configured on both pointing to the local DB
- LXD container is primary DB replicated to the VM
- Maxscale (running on the active/passive head nodes of HPC) provides single point for slurmctld connections. Keepalived maintains active Maxscale with virtual IP.
- MariaDB replication will catch up the primary if there was a failover.
- You need to create the user at host entries on your DB for both of your slurmctld IPs
Hope this helps!
On 7/21/20, 12:05 PM, "slurm-users on behalf of Brian Andrus" <slurm-users-bounces at lists.schedmd.com on behalf of toomuchit at gmail.com> wrote:
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You need a single database connection string that both slurmdbd daemons
To have high availability, you should do that with the db configurations
(HA, replication, etc), which makes sense, as you want the database to
The slurm backup configuration is to protect from your slurm daemons
On 7/21/2020 7:44 AM, Peter Mayes wrote:
> My first post to the list, so apologies if this is a FAQ,
> My configuration has two nodes allocated for Slurm masters, with a
> highly-available NFS server mounting a filesystem across the two nodes.
> I need advice on the best configuration.
> I naively thought of having a single MariaDB database located in the NFS
> server, with slurmctld, slurmdbd and mariadb running on both slurm
> nodes, with only one slurmdbd/mariadb actively touching the database at
> any one time.
> But MariaDB doesn't seem to like (possibly understandably) two mysql
> daemons accessing a single database instance from two servers.
> What would be the best way to configure this setup?
> Thanks in advance
> -- Peter
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