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Re: [Linux-cluster] CCSD Start Fails...



On Fri, 2006-11-24 at 09:50 +0000, HAWKER, Dan wrote:

Hi All,

Have been testing rhcs on a FC5 box or two for a while for eventual creation
of a small cluster (3 nodes) for a small area of our project. In the tests
it worked fine.

However, naturally enough, now that I come to install properly on new
bought-for-the-task hardware, its not working as thought...

Everything compiles fine and looks pretty good. All the ko's load fine and
apps are installed as expected. However when I startup ccsd it fails,
with...

###
Failed to connect to cluster manager
Hint: Magma plugins are not in the right spot
###

I have googled, and looked on the FAQ, where the suggested answer (I
compiled from the stable 1.03.00 tarball) was to run a make uninstall, make
distclean and then re-compile.

I have done this, however it still doesn't seem to work, I get the same
failure.

If I run # magma_tool list it says things are OK, and displays the (it says
OK) magma plugins. It also says it is looking at /usr/lib/magma for them,
which I presume is the default.li

Not sure if this is the problem, but 64bit machines are looking for libraries in /usr/lib64.  When you do the configure, set --libdir=/usr/lib64 and rebuild, this might fix the problem you are seeing. since You are on an x86_64 box.


The only difference between this and the previous machines I was testing on,
is that these are x86_64 boxes, rather than i386 and as such I am using the
x86_64 distro. Kernel and cluster versions are the same, and so far it's a
vanilla install apart from adding gcc, etc to compile the cluster stuff.

I'm guessing that its some kind of confusion with the 64-bit stuff. Is there
any special configure arguments I am supposed to add when compiling, I
couldn't find any in the docs or in configure itself.

Any ideas???

TIA

Dan

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Dan Hawker
Linux System Administrator
Astrium


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