neigbour table overflow
i.arabaci at hiperaktif.com
Fri Aug 24 08:13:57 PDT 2001
>On Fri, 03 Aug 2001, Eric T. Miller wrote:
>> OK. It seems that some others have had the same problem and were able to
>> fix it by making a boot floppy from BeoSetup and using that to boot the
>> slaves. No dice for me, the boot floppy behaves exactly the same as the
>> CD-ROM. It boots fine, I have scrutinized the console and can see no
>> messages or anything of that sort. Then, it begins RARPs and the MAC
>> appears in the Front-End console. I drag it to the "Configured nodes"
>> column, and apply. The daemon restarts, and the status remains
>> in a "down" state.
>What happens on the slave node's console after you hit apply? If there
>are any errors, they're happening after you click apply to add the node.
RARP: xxxxxxxx -> 192.168.0.1.100
connecting to 192.168.1.1:1555neigbour table overflow
short read:got 0 bytes, expected 8
A fatal error has occured
Rebooting machine in 30 sec
On the other hand I dont understand the rationale of /etc/beowulf/fstab
is this the conf file for the nodes ,to mount the disks exisiting on their
own locale ? or i have to partion the front -end machine for nodes?
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