[Beowulf] batch systems connection
hearnsj at googlemail.com
Tue May 29 08:07:37 PDT 2018
Prentice - duuuh of course. As I remember Redhat changed the place where
a source RPM places its source files.
It was under /usr/src I think it now unpacks locally under roots home
Once can also unpack the files from an RPM using:
rpm2cpio packagename.rpm | cpio -idv
I cant rememberif that exactly works with a source RPM, but it should.
On 29 May 2018 at 16:51, Prentice Bisbal <pbisbal at pppl.gov> wrote:
> This is a bit round-about, but if you can only find the source RPM (SRPM)
> , the SRPM should include the source tarball, so in theory, you can install
> the SRPM, and then just take the source tarball from there, and do what you
> want with it.
> On 05/29/2018 03:58 AM, Jörg Saßmannshausen wrote:
>> Hi Mikhail,
>> if you are familiar with RPM: if there are source-rpm files you should be
>> to rebuild it on your system. That way you don't install software which
>> is not
>> managed by your package management system which might be of advantage.
>> All the best from a currently wet London
>> Am Montag, 28. Mai 2018, 14:45:54 BST schrieb Mikhail Kuzminsky:
>>> Sorry, may be my question is not exactly for our Beowulf maillist.
>>> I have 2 small OpenSuSE-based clusters using different batch systems,
>>> and want to connect them "grid-like", via CREAM (Computing Resource
>>> Execution And Management)
>>> service (I may add
>>> also one additional common server for both clusters).
>>> But there is no CREAM binary RPMs for OpenSuSE (Only for CentOS7/SL6
>>> on UMD site
>>> //repository.egi.eu/2018/03/14/release-umd-4-6-1/). I did not find:
>>> where I can download source text of CREAM software ?
>>> Mikhail Kuzminsky
>>> Zelinsky Institute of Organic Chemistry
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