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How to Use the Cluster Manager

Torque is a system for reserving nodes and running jobs

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 Output retained on that host in: /usr/var/lib/torque/undelivered/5785.node64.OU
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This happens because torque uses ssh to start jobs on multiple machines, which requires that the hostkey is in your ~/.ssh/known_hosts file. To do this, you need to ssh to every host using the fully-qualified domain name (e.g., node64.cs.rochester.edu instead of just node64).

-- MattPost - 05 Jul 2006

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This happens because torque uses ssh to start jobs on multiple machines, which requires that the hostkey is in your ~/.ssh/known_hosts file. To do this, you need to ssh to node64.cs.rochester.edu using the fully-qualified domain name (e.g., node64.cs.rochester.edu instead of just node64).
  If /tmp on a cluster node is full, you may get empty (zero-length) files for the stdout and stderr from your job.
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-- DanGildea - 30 Jan 2007
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