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For part of your question and for completeness, if you only wanted to reduce/limit the bandwidth consumption for yum, there is the throttle option that can be either enabled globally or for a specific plugin or repo There are other settings that you can leverage to use more of the yum cache and do not refresh repository metadata as often by default. See ...


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I've solved this problem after two weeks of unlucky attempts, i found that there is bug in rpc.mountd, and just tried to install a recent version of nfs-utils: yum update nfs-utils


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These commands are for a task scheduler. There are several different ones, but this looks like the format for torque, which I am very familiar with. Torque - http://docs.adaptivecomputing.com/torque/5-1-0/help.htm Here is the torque 5 documentation. You may be running 2.x, 4.x or 5.x ...


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Can some one explain me what the following code means if possible line-by-line. The commands beginning with "#PBS" are directives for the batch job summiting resource manager. Your cluster should have an administrator who can point you at the PBS documentation. Or, here's some I found on the internet: ...


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It's a tricky question and would likely require some code development and thought on your part and the part of the people you're building the cluster for: When should a node be shut down? When should it be brought up? When the node comes up, are you sure it's synced with other nodes (does it need software updates?) Aside from bringing in pros a good way ...


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As far as I know, Red Hat never supported DRBD. However, they will support your services running on top of DRBD if you have a support agreement through LINBIT (creators of DRBD). Source: https://access.redhat.com/solutions/32085 Also, GlusterFS is developed by Red Hat. Which may be why it seems they prefer it.


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This ended up being a PTR record issue. Reverse lookup failed when doing an nslookup to the IP. I had to have the PTR records added to the DNS server: (root) $ nslookup hostname-svc Server: 10.48.161.150 Address: 10.48.161.150#53 Name: hostname-svc Address: 10.48.151.171 (root) $ nslookup 10.48.151.171 Server: 10.48.161.150 ...



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