[Bioclusters] LSF 4.2 w/ Redhat 7.2 (2.4.X kernel with glibc2.2) install problem

Ron Chen bioclusters@bioinformatics.org
Tue, 30 Apr 2002 16:03:10 -0700 (PDT)

Are you handling a customer's cluster?

I remember you said that SGE is as good as LSF,
however, SGE is free, and opensource.

Wouldn't it be nicer to install SGE?


--- Chris Dagdigian <dag@sonsorol.org> wrote:
> Hey folks,
> I've got a Platform LSF 4.2 distro that is bombing
> out during the 
> install process. I've tracked the problem down to
> the install script not 
> being able to determine the correct set of system
> binaries it is 
> supposed to install.
> The cluster is up-to-date but not bleeding-edge. I'm
> using a mostly 
> stock 2.4.18 kernel compiled from the official
> Redhat Rawhide 2.4.18 rpm 
> series. All the systems have all the latest update
> RPM's installed.
> Reading the Platform website shows that they only
> claim to be supporting 
>   2.4 kernels with glibc2.1 which is disconcerting
> because my systems 
> here all have glibc2.2.4-22. They also only have
> binaries for 
> linux-2.4-glibc2.1 on their FTP site.
> I don't consider glibc2.2 all that new or exotic and
> I don't want to 
> downgrade so I figured I'd ask this list at the same
> time I put in a 
> query to Platform engineering...
> Anyone running LSF on linux clusters with glibc2.2?
> Anyone else have 
> trouble getting LSF 4.2 to install out of the box on
> a updated RH7.2 
> platform? I think the installer scripts might be a
> bit flaky but the 
> binaries seem fine.
> -Chris
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