[slurm-users] Deb packages for Ubuntu

Luis Huang lhuang at nygenome.org
Wed Jul 20 23:03:00 UTC 2022

In the past we've been using Centos 7 with slurm.spec file provided by
schedmd to build the rpms. This is working great where we can deploy the
rpms and perform upgrades via puppet.

As we are moving to Ubuntu. I noticed there are some repositories that
provide prepackaged files such as slurm-wlm and slurm-llnl. However these
are running much older versions of slurm.

I tried making our own deb files but unfortunately this would package
everything into one deb(slurmctld, slurmd etc). This isn't really clean and
I would prefer to break it down to individual components.

Does anyone else have tips to share for building and breaking down each



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