[slurm-users] How to launch slurm services after installation
toomuchit at gmail.com
Mon Nov 28 03:58:37 UTC 2022
I suspect you did not install the packages.
You need to install slurm-slurmctld to get the slurmctld systemd files:
/# rpm -qlp slurm-slurmctld-20.11.9-1.el7.x86_64.rpm//
The same for slurm-slurmdbd. Both of those are management daemons and
should only be running on one (two if you configure failover) systems.
Your compute nodes need slurm-slurmd, which will provide the systemd
files for slurmd.
On 11/27/2022 7:34 PM, 刘 博涵 wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm a newcomer to cluster computing and have been trying to setup a
> Slurm cluster myself. Right now I'm stuck at starting up Slurm's
> systemd services. I checked out the following tutorials:
> 1. Slurm Workload Manager - Quick Start Administrator Guide
> (schedmd.com) <https://slurm.schedmd.com/quickstart_admin.html>
> 2. https://wiki.fysik.dtu.dk/Niflheim_system/Slurm_installation/
> 3. https://wiki.bkslab.org/index.php/Slurm_Installation_Guide
> 4. Slurm installation (southgreenplatform.github.io)
> All of them state that I should run /systemctl enable/start
> slurmd/slurmdbd/slurmctld/ after installation, however they always
> fail because the corresponding systemd config files do not exist,
> regardless of whether I installed Slurm from source or from EPEL
> repos. All my systems are CentOS 7.9 with the latest updates prior to
> Slurm installation, and I was trying to install Slurm 22.05.6 from
> source. My question is are the systemd config files actually created
> during installation process as the tutorials imply, or do I have to
> write them myself? If the latter, then how should I write my slurm
> systemd config file (what parameters should I put in etc.), any
> templates I can follow?
> Many thanks,
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