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I've tried installing and running GNU queue stable
(1.12.9) and unstable (1.20.2). I have had the
following problems with the stable version:
1) For the non-root installation, I get a message "out
of pty's" after running a few jobs. This seems to be
persistant until reboot.
2) For the root installation, the client queue program
hangs in accept under the label "wrong_daemon"
whenever the host is specified. When the host is not
specified _and_ the host that it is launched from is
the "master" host, the program runs on the master host
and does not hang.
Possible weirdnesses in my installation are that I
have installed the whole thing in a shared directory.
As such, I did not run the install on the other
machines in the cluster. We use NFS. We also use
NIS. I am using --prefix in the configure and all the
prefix dirs are shared among all the cluster's
Thank you for any help you can provide.
Werner G Krebs
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This is a bug. Of course, RedHat 6.2 is rather well supported, so I don't know what to suggest. (I have
RedHat 6.2 machines and don't see these problems.)
Then again, I'm not using 1.20.2 or 1.12.9, both of which are fairly ancient.
I suggest trying 1.40.1 beta or the current CVS version, which have new tty code from rxvt by QingLong, and
hope this has fixed the problem.
Marking this as closed and assigned to QingLong (who's probably already fixed the problem, and the solution
is in 1.40.1 beta.)