[slurm-users] Check consistency

Paul Edmon pedmon at cfa.harvard.edu
Fri Oct 7 13:29:12 UTC 2022

The slurmctld log will print out if hosts are out of sync with the 
slurmctld slurm.conf.  That said it doesn't report on cgroup consistency 
changes like that.  It's possible that dialing up the verbosity on the 
slurmd logs may give that info but I haven't seen it in normal operating.

-Paul Edmon-

On 10/6/22 5:47 PM, Davide DelVento wrote:
> Is there a simple way to check that whas slurm is running is what the
> config say it should be?
> For example, my understanding is that changing cgroup.conf should be
> followed by 'systemctl stop slurmd' on all compute nodes, then
> 'systemctl restart slurmctld' on the head node, then 'systemctl start
> slurmd' on the compute nodes.
> Assuming this is correct, is there a way to query the nodes and ask if
> they are indeed running what the config is saying (or alternatively
> have them dump their config files somewhere for me to manually run a
> diff on)?
> Thanks,
> Davide

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