On 05/20/2013 02:53 PM, Brian Candler wrote:
On Mon, May 20, 2013 at 02:38:31PM -0400, Dan Shea wrote:Adding STARTD to the gatekeeper node caused all jobs queued to be executed on the gatekeeper. It seems the gatekeeper machine can not see the execute-only nodes? I'm not sure what I have missed in the configuration to cause this behaviour? Network wise they all see each other just fine, hostnames resolved via /etc/hosts entries.Have you set ALLOW_WRITE, if so to what?
Currently, I am attempting to limit things to the local network, perhaps this is not the correct way to wildcard a subnet?
ALLOW_WRITE = 10.11.114.*
SchedLog:05/17/13 13:41:21 (pid:9037) WARNING: forward resolution of localhost.localdomain doesn't match 10.11.114.220!This does look like a problem. What does "hostname" show on all the nodes? Do you have a "localhost.localdomain" entry in /etc/hosts? Normally it would be for 127.0.0.1, don't be tempted to set it to the external IP of your machine.
hostname will return node00 - node09 depending upon which node you are on. /etc/hosts localhost.localdomain entry has not been modified, it still points to loopback. I think I do see the issue however.
127.0.0.1 node00 localhost localhost.localdomain
Thanks Brian, let me correct the /etc/hosts entries and see if it fixes things a bit.
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