Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 477960
Torque apparently doesn't install pbs-config
Last modified: 2008-12-26 22:19:33 EST
Description of problem:
Installation of torque seems to omit the file pbs-config, which is required for upgrading the deprecated built-in scheduler to Maui.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Install Torque
2. Download Maui from http://www.clusterresources.com
configure: WARNING: Resource Manager not specified - attempting build with pbs
configure: error: can't find pbs-config or libpbs.a
A complete 'find' on the whole system fails to reveal a copy of pbs-config
I realise this is an inquiry about a component (Maui) that isn't directly supported by fedora project. However:
.I suspect that it would not be difficult to include pbs-config in the distribution
.the documentation of the component which is installed (i.e. torque pbs-server and pbs-sched) itself recommends installing Maui for all but the most trivial scheduling requirements.
'yum install libtorque-devel' to get pbs-config and the other required development files.
(In reply to comment #1)
> 'yum install libtorque-devel' to get pbs-config and the other required
> development files.
Oooops, my bad. Thanks for the help Garrick.
Still, it probably won't hurt to have this bug report here, to assist others who hit the same problem. Since torque, except for the fedora setup, is generally installed from sources, the documentation for installing Maui and other extensions generally just assumes the sources are available. Actually, I might put a note in fedoraforum about this, since that's probably the first place people look.
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