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Network Configuration for Rocks Cluster

So I'm trying to set up a Rocks cluster and seem to be failing at the network configuration part, as I can not get an internet connection in my final install. So the address of that computer that ...
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File Server on High Availability (HA) Setup for LAMP?

I'm not sure what is the most proper way (industrial standard) to setup the High Availability servers (especially for LAMP Stack). Lets say i have: 2 Load-balanced Web Servers (Apaches) Question: ...
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Trying to install a cluster, DHCP failing to start

Trying to install a linux cluster using this tutorial. I am running CentOS 6.3. When I try to start DHCP with service dhcpd start, it fails. I've used tail -f /var/log/messages and dhcpd -t, but I ...
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Getting error in nslookup

I am trying to do nslookup skhdphost1 but I am getting below error. When I try to Reverse lookup checking using command nslookup 172.16.xxx.xx again getting the same error: The error message is: [...
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Running a systemd service once a day (on a CoreOS cluster)

I currently have a CoreOS cluster on AWS. The cluster runs multiples containers, mainly for Rails applications. However, one of this container is a pure Ruby app processing a lot of data from specific ...
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rgmanager [fs] start_filesystem: Could not match “f6a58cf7-b39b-489c-add5-444ceab8af9d” with a real device

I am trying to install two node cluster for web server. We have super mico hardware HA BOX. It has 5 disk. one disk is used for node1 os installation and another disk is for node2 OS. Remaining disk ...
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Move Root Folders to DRBD

What folders in the root folder ( "/" ) cannot be moved to a clustered file system (using DRBD and probably GFS2)? Would like to setup a basic cluster to increase uptime for our file server, web ...
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GNU\Linux clustreing , Which level? Which application? [closed]

I need to start GNU* clustering, But I have problem, Which level: DB level? (replication) file system? (distributed) process level ? (such as intel fortran for civilization softwares) new process ? ...
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Rocks cluster slave spontaneous reset?

I am 'administering' a small cluster (4 nodes) based on Rocks Cluster. After a recent restart it appears that the slave nodes have all decided to spontaneously reinstall their operating systems, ...
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HAProxy with Roundrobin working only on 2 of 3 MySQL servers, why?

Good day. I'm following this article to configure HAProxy to balance with roundrobin between 3 MySQL servers (db1, db2, db3) in a MariaDB Galera cluster (working perfectly). However I have a problem....
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Code for submitting job on cluster

I don't know whether this is the right place for posting this question, if not kindly let me know where I can ask. My doubt: I use the following code to submit a job on a cluster, but I don't know ...
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Clustered NFS server reply ERR 24: Auth Bogus Credentials (seal broken)

I have 4 servers on the VirtualBox. Two of the servers are a CentOS 7 cluster with Pacemaker(corosync), and they have an NFSv4 server in Active/Passive mode. There are also 2 clients with CentOS 6, ...
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Saving power on a linux cluster

I would like to buy a cluster (30-60 nodes) for work and install linux on it. The cluster should have a queue system like PBS, for instance. It should also be capable of doing parallel computation. I ...
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Error starting MySQL in a MariaDB Galera cluster in CentOS 7

I'm trying to setup a MariaDB Galera cluster following this tutorial exactly as it is, and I'm stuck in the Step 7– Initialize the first cluster node, I'm doing so with sudo /etc/init.d/mysql start --...
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Why did Red Hat drop support for DRBD beginning with RHEL 7?

Does anybody know the reasons why Red Hat decided to drop support for DRBD beginning with RHEL 7, thus favoring GlusterFS as the preferred solution for network-based replication / mirroring in a ...
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clvm (cman) has problems with dlm

I am trying to create a volume group which is accessible on two servers with clvm. I read about it and it looks like it is most easily to do this with cman. But after hours of testing I cannot achieve ...
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mknfsmnt fails with “System call error number -1”

This system is part of a cluster and the other node mounts the nfs share successfully. This is currently the active node which means it has a secondary service ip address. I think this is related to ...
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Linux run every program on cluster

I am playing around with Open MPI and I must say I love the concept of running programs on the cluster. The problem I am facing with Open MPI is that a specific program must support this way of ...
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reduce bandwidth consumption from downloading yum updates

I have several machines (7) running fedora and would like to reduce the amount of external bandwidth I am consuming. I see that there were several attempts to setup mirrors, but those projects seem ...
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Linux Cluster - SFTP between failed over Servers

I have a strange problem with our cluster solution on Linux. We have the following set-up in our environment. Each of these servers hosts our enterprise application. Server1 Server2 Server3 ...
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mysql high availablity for LAMP application (ubuntu 14.04)

im trying to achieve HIGH Availability (HA) for a LAMP application(News Portal website) which might be of interest to many unfamiliar users.For files im using Glusterfs (replica) for redundancy ...
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XFS over iSCSI share with cluster; will fencing cause data corruption/loss?

When using XFS on iSCSI share, where HA is enabled, nodes may be fenced by cluster. Will this result in data loss / corruption / etc. ?
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centos cluster set core/each_program

I'm using unix server (OS: centos5) and I'm using several clusters. Some clusters have 8 cores, other are 24 cores and etc. I execute jobs using this command. qsub -q cluster_name -d $PWD ...
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pacemaker hangs while stopping

I have recently installed pacemaker and corosync for managin a virtual IP. The thing is that when I want to stop a resource (Virtual IP) on all the nodes, the stop command hangs. [root@isis ~]# sudo ...
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Cluster Lock Manager without TCP/IP

I have 2 linux sharing same SAN disk LUN. There are many cluster files systems to manage lock/unlock. But all of them are using a seperate TCP/IP comminication. But I need a cluster lock manager ...
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About mem and vmem

I am working with a cluster machine running under linux. I have a shell script that uses mpirun to submit my jobs to the cluster machine. In that same script, I can choose the number of nodes that ...
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Is there a way to achieve context-dependent path names (CDPN) on NFS?

In my GFS clusters I use the CDPN feature to have separate chrooted /dev/log directories on separate cluster nodes: /home/ftpuser/foo: lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 18 Sep 26 2010 dev -> .sys/@...
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Microcomputer cluster for stress testing

I'm looking to build a microcomputer cluster at work for stress testing one of our applications, and while I have a little financial leeway, I would like to keep the cost low and the computing ...
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Powerful Workstation

I heard about ILM's (Industrial Light and Magic) workstations on which they create models and scenes for a lot of different movies. They have workstations with more than 1024 GB of ram and a lot of ...
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Gather job usage information on cluster

I am running simulations on a linux cluster shared by hundreds of other users. There is a job scheduler installed on the cluster that determines who runs where, and one of the scheduler commands (...
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How do I distribute a large download over multiple computers?

I need to download a large file (1GB). I also have access to multiple computers running Linux, but each is limited to a 50kB/s download speed by an admin policy. How do I distribute downloading this ...
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How much space for /home on a hadoop cluster? [closed]

What is a reasonable size to provide for a /home partition for 100 users on a hadoop cluster? Assume that a landing zone has been provided to store files/data for ingestion into the cluster, so the /...
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Running shell script on cluster in parralel

I thought dsh(Distributed Shel) will be a good option but when i ran my shell script across my nodes, I didnt get expected output, dsh -aM -c bash /home/cloudera/bash_script.sh server2@x.x.x.110: ...
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SED and PDSH: adding a line to a file on a slave node in a cluster

I am trying to add a new line containing GATEWAY=10.0.10.1 to the /etc/sysconfig/network file on each of 32 slave nodes in a cluster. I read this post on how to insert a line with sed. This works for ...
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Configuration management, shared files, etc with a Laptop

I have a couple computers sitting around in my home network. They all run the same version of Ubuntu, and I would like to unify their configuration to some extent. At my university, you can log in to ...
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Multiple tar processes writing to the same archive file at once

I am running many tasks on a Linux cluster. Each task creates many output files. When all tasks are finished, I run something like tar cf foo.tar output_files/to create a tar archive. This is a very ...
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Takeover delay in Heartbeat HA cluster

I have set up a heartbeat HA two node cluster. And both of server have same configuration of ha.cf #cat /etc/ha.cf logfile /var/log/ha-log autojoin none bcast eth1 warntime 20ms deadtime 40ms ...
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Is it possible to install RHEV on el6 clustered computer

Is it possible to use Linux (el6) clustered computer can be used as a hypervisor for RHEV 3.3/Ovirt 3.3? Cause, we can not combine RAM/CPU from two or more hypervisores to be considered as a one ...
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usr/bin/xterm Xt error: Can't open display: /usr/bin/xterm: DISPLAY is not set?

I'm trying to submit a job to a school server (HPC) with: #!/bin/bash #$ -S /bin/bash #$ -cwd #$ -o ./out_$JOB_ID.txt #$ -e ./err_$JOB_ID.txt #$ -notify #$ -pe orte 1 date pwd ####################...
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NFS file with same name but different content depending on host

I have cluster using NFS with a program myprogram which writes to a fixed location, e.g. /home/sharedfs/somedir/somefile.txt. This means that if you run myprogram from each node, they all write to the ...
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CentOS VM 3972 Segmentation Fault

I'm trying to install MATLAB 2012 on CentOS 5.8 running on a VM cluster. I was able to mount the .iso file, but when I run ./install, it was unable to write to /tmp giving the error, "no space on ...
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heartbeat stops after reviving primary node

I followed these steps correctly, everything worked well before I have revived heartbeat on node01 "at the last steps of the tutorial" when I hit /etc/init.d/heartbeat start it started correctly but ...
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What software should I use to create a HPC (High performance compute) cluster with CentOS 6.5 VMs locally?

I've read about Torque, Slurm resource managers and Maui, Open Grid scheduler, Sonf of Grid Engine but I do not know which is more appropriate to use in a local environment? I've also read that I need ...
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Fencing VM nodes

I'm using VMware Workstation as my hypervisor. I want to create a cluster with two nodes and a sharing storage with FreeNAS. My questions are around fencing. Is it possible to do it in this case? ...
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Will having dozens of inactive logins hurt performance

I work on a cluster shared with ~20 users, many of them operating remotely. It's quite common to open the login node, type users and see ~100 users listed, mostly the same user logged in multiple ...
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what is the difference between qsub and ./

Can anyone tell me the difference between the following ways of submitting a script: $ qsub script_name.sh and ./script_name.sh What are the differences between the above two ways of submitting ...
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NFS Automatic Fail-over or Load-balanced or Clustering?

I've been using NFS (and it is the only one i know well in Network Files) for a few years. But still can not able to find out .. How to make NFS Servers in Clustered Design (or Load-balanced?) Or at ...
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can I tell to useradd to execute a script? Maybe in /etc/default/useradd?

There are plenty of people that already answered to the question "how to execute useradd properly in a script?" My question is: "is it possible to tell to useradd to execute one script when it is ...
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Recommendations for replacing a GFS cluster?

I have a couple of CentOS GFS-clusters (GFS as in Global File System) using a shared disk in a Fibre Channel SAN. They are mature now, and the time has come to start planning for their replacement. ...
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Corosync/Pacemaker cluster loss of synchronization

I'm facing a problem with the corosync and pacemaker cluster software. I've two virtual nodes (Scientific Linux 6.4) and corosync/pacemaker installed on them: corosync-1.4.1-17.el6.x86_64 pacemaker-...