[slurm-users] Can't get --reboot to work at all with slurm-23.02?

Brian Andrus toomuchit at gmail.com
Wed Jun 7 16:10:26 UTC 2023

Make sure you have configured the RebootProgram in slurm.conf, that it 
exists on the nodes and is executable by the user.

This is usually /sbin/reboot

Brian Andrus

On 6/7/2023 7:50 AM, Heinz, Michael wrote:
> Hey, all.
> So I added slurmdbd to our slurm-23.02 install and made my account an 
> admin, but when I try to do a srun with --reboot it literally just 
> sits forever, no errors, nothing in the logs, it just sits with the 
> node in “CF” state until I cancel the job, set the node to down and 
> back to idle again.
> I tried setting RebootProgram to a script that just writes to a file 
> in /tmp but the program never runs.
> Any suggestions?
> Michael Heinz
> End-to-End Network Software Engineer
> michael.heinz at intel.com
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