From: Laura Ramirez <lramirez@ka...> - 2002-12-17 02:27:23
> I don't necessarily need this particular fix. I in order to use
> openSSI in our environment, I need random user-compiled processes
> to be migratable. As I see it, the following things needs to be
> fixed first:
> - The problem with ypbind/pthreads problem must be fixed for the
> users to be able to log in.
> - Either the wildcard loadlevellist scheme, or the sshd setsockopt()
> problem must be resolved for the users programs to be migratable.
> Other solutions might also be possible here(?).
Another quick solution to your sshd problem would be to link
the /bin/bash to like /bin/llbash, you can then add
/bin/llbash in the /proc/cluster/loadlevellist.
This also gives the users the flexibility to loadlevel or
not. If users want to loadlevel, then they type llbash
and everything started after that will be loadlevelable,
if not then everything will be executed locally.
Quoting Laura Ramirez <lramirez@...>:
> Another quick solution to your sshd problem would be to link
> the /bin/bash to like /bin/llbash, you can then add
> /bin/llbash in the /proc/cluster/loadlevellist.
Good idea! That's probably less prune to problems since bash is
easier to migrate than sshd (I would guess). I'll try it out.
I'm changing job right now, so I don't know when I'll be able to
experiment further with openSSI. Hopefully within some weeks.
"Computer science is not about computers any more than astronomy
is about telescopes." -- EW Dijkstra