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Old 01-27-2013, 08:27 PM   #1
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how to know the node names of a Linux server so I can install a job scheduler


I'm new to Linux and also new to managing servers but somebody has to do it here and I just jumped right in. I'm trying to install a job scheduler called Torque in my server but I've encountered several problems. In order to install it I need to provide the names of the nodes to which Torque will manage, however I can't figure out a way to know what are the names given to the nodes in the server. Can any one help me with this?
Old 01-27-2013, 09:32 PM   #2
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For Torque, they're just the hostnames of the nodes. Good luck with Torque -- I manage a large-ish Torque cluster and it's not so bad, but the documentation isn't always the greatest in the world so I've had to do a fair bit of figuring out things via trial and error.
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