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Old 04-16-2010, 08:31 PM   #1
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Network configuration (1 NIC) for OSCAR 6.0.5 on CentOS 5.4


I'm a Linux n00b (very fluent in Windows, though ) that is attempting to set up a (currently) 3-computer cluster. My server node is a Pentium 4, and my client nodes are a Pentium 4 and a Pentium 3 (whatever I have lying around )

I chose to use OSCAR for my clustering interface and CentOS 5 for my server node OS. Yay. I made it through the installation prerequisites, but when it came to configure the NIC, I got stuck.

I opened the /etc/hosts file, tinkered with it, but something inevitably got screwed up. I can still use the Internet, but it won't let me install OSCAR. Running a system-sanity check returns:
Code:
[root@SurgeonfishR ~]# system-sanity
Checking your system...
Success: ssh-check.pl
Success: tftpboot-check.pl
Success: selinux-check.pl
Success: yum-check.pl
 ----------------------------------------------
 ERROR: Impossible get the IP for the hostname (SurgeonfishR) 
 ----------------------------------------------
 ----------------------------------------------------
 WARNING: oscar_server is not defined in /etc/hosts. 
 This may be normal if this is the first time you 
 execute OSCAR.
 ----------------------------------------------------.
 -----------------------------------
  /usr/bin/system-sanity.d/network-check.pl 
  Network configuration not correct 
 -----------------------------------
Failure: network-check.pl
Success: su-check.pl
Success: display-check.pl
Success: debrepo-check.pl
[root@SurgeonfishR ~]#
All I need to know is what the /etc/hosts file should look like for a CentOS 5.4 installation with 1 NIC that is not connected to a domain (only a LAN). It is connected to a router which in turn is connected to my home network (I don't know what to do about that). The hostname should be surgeonfishr and the IP address should be 192.168.0.150.

I know this question is probably really stupid, but I've logged a total of about 10 hours time on Linux...ever. (And 35000 hours on Windows.)
 
Old 04-18-2010, 05:11 PM   #2
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The hosts file

Hi.
My hosts file on a one nic pc is like this:
Code:
127.0.0.1               localhost.localdomain localhost
::1             localhost6.localdomain6 localhost6
192.168.0.150           surgeonfishr
As you might notice I changed the IP and hostname to match yours.
That's the only thing in my hosts file.
 
  


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