[Beowulf] PVM 3.4.5-12 terminates when adding Host on Ubuntu 9.10

Tsz Kuen Ching kuenching at gmail.com
Wed Feb 17 11:23:57 PST 2010


Hello,

Thanks for the reply, I have asked around and found out that there are no
firewall on the machine which blocks certain ports.

Does anyone else have an idea or answer?

On Sun, Feb 14, 2010 at 6:18 PM, Reuti <reuti at staff.uni-marburg.de> wrote:

> Am 11.02.2010 um 19:43 schrieb Tsz Kuen Ching:
>
>
>  Whenever I attempt to add a host in PVM it ends up terminating the process
>> in the master program. The process does run in the slave node, however
>> because the PVM terminates I do not get access to the node.
>>
>> I'm currently using Ubuntu 9.10, and I used apt-get to install pvm (
>> pvmlib, pvmdev, pvm).
>> Thus $PVM_ROOT is set automatically, and so is $PVM_ARCH
>> As for the other variables, I have not looked for them.
>>
>> I can ssh into the the slave without the need of a password.
>>
>
> Do you have any firwall on the machines which blocks certain ports?
>
> -- Reuti
>
>
>
>> Any Ideas or suggestions?
>>
>> This is what happens:
>>
>> user at laptop> pvm
>> pvm> add slave-slave
>> add slave-slave
>> Terminated
>> user at laptop> ...
>>
>> The logs are as followed:
>>
>> Laptop log
>> ---
>> [t80040000] 02/11 10:23:32 laptop (127.0.1.1:55884) LINUX 3.4.5
>> [t80040000] 02/11 10:23:32 ready Thu Feb 11 10:23:32 2010
>> [t80040000] 02/11 10:23:32 netoutput() sendto: errno=22
>> [t80040000] 02/11 10:23:32 em=0x2c24f0
>> [t80040000] 02/11 10:23:32
>> [49/à][6e/à][76/à][61/à][6c/à][69/à][64/à][20/à][61/à][72/à]
>> [t80040000] 02/11 10:23:32 netoutput() sendto: Invalid argument
>> [t80040000] 02/11 10:23:32 pvmbailout(0)
>>
>> slave-log
>> ---
>> [t80080000] 02/11 10:23:25 slave-slave (xxx.x.x.xxx:57344) LINUX64 3.4.5
>> [t80080000] 02/11 10:23:25 ready Thu Feb 11 10:23:25 2010
>> [t80080000] 02/11 10:28:26 work() run = STARTUP, timed out waiting for
>> master
>> [t80080000] 02/11 10:28:26 pvmbailout(0)
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