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Kill nohup command on cluster

Last night I launched a command via nohup on a cluster and then closed the connection. Today I would like to kill this job (I know it's still running because output is being generated in an output ...
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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 ...
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Should I investigate Rocks or Ubuntu/Mosix for building a cluster?

I work at a college doing system administration. Someone in their lab is looking to build a cluster for running complex Octave and C++ projects. They have brand new modern machines. My question 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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mpd daemon prematurely ending jobs

I am a little out of my depth here so bear with me. I am trying to configure mpirun and mpiexec to run software called Materials Studio on a 1 node, 2 processor, 12 core cluster. The submission scheme ...
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Can data be “clustered” on disk? If so, how?

Can linux be set to "automatically" cluster data in the way a clustered index does on SQL Server/MySQL or Postgres but a little better? websocket++ allows for fully persistent and shared memory ...
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check/change reserve policy on a virtual disk

I need to check if a Virtual Disk has this policy enable, if so I need to reserve_policy=no_reserve I need to create an DB2 Database Cluster I cannot find a Linux Command for that. I do know if this ...
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Job IDs and their meaning/reference

Using Red Hat, I sent few jobs to a cluster and got "job IDs" in return. Using qstat I can see only one is running, one was canceled and the rest are still in the queue. I wrote something like this: ...