[slurm-users] [EXT] Re: slurmdbd does not work

Giuseppe G. A. Celano giuseppegacelano at gmail.com
Mon Dec 6 02:46:02 UTC 2021


I have reinstalled slurm using the ubuntu package slurm-wlm (and some
related ones). After solving some problems with the directories where the
pid files are stored (I keep getting the message "Can't open PID file
/run/slurm/slurmd.pid (yet?) after start: Operation not permitted", even if
the directory has slurm as owner and group). The services slurmdbd,
slurmctld, and slurmd work, but I cannot use the commands sinfo, srun,
etc.. because I get the errors:

sinfo: symbol lookup error: sinfo: undefined symbol: slurm_conf
srun: symbol lookup error: srun: undefined symbol: xfree_ptr
sacct: symbol lookup error: sacct: undefined symbol:

Does anyone know the reason for that? Thanks.


On Sat, Dec 4, 2021 at 5:31 PM Giuseppe G. A. Celano <
giuseppegacelano at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi Gennaro,
> That helped: slurm-wlm has accounting_storage_mysql.so, and I moved it to
> the location requested by the first slurm installation. Everything seems to
> work, even if I had to change the location of the .conf files, probably
> because this is required by the new slurm-wlm installation. I am not sure
> whether I should try to uninstall my previous installation and reinstall
> slurm-wlm...
> On Sat, Dec 4, 2021 at 12:38 PM Gennaro Oliva <oliva.g at na.icar.cnr.it>
> wrote:
>> Ciao Giuseppe,
>> On Sat, Dec 04, 2021 at 02:30:40AM +0100, Giuseppe G. A. Celano wrote:
>> > I have installed almost all of the possible packages, but that file
>> doesn't
>> > show up:
>> can you please specify what options are you using with ./configure?
>> If you don't specify any prefix (--prefix option), the default location
>> for your installation is /usr/local, so you should find the plugins under
>> /usr/local/lib/slurm
>> Did you tried the slurm-wlm package shipped with ubuntu?
>> It comes with the mysql plugin.
>> Best regards
>> --
>> Gennaro Oliva
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