>>>>> "J" == Jarett DeAngelis <jarett(a)bioteam.net> writes:
J> I mean it just isn't an option. The attached is what I get if I
J> turn UEFI options off entirely. It doesn't recognize the drive as
J> bootable. If I turn UEFI options on, the USB drive is there, but
J> of course doesn't work.
Have you turned 'secure boot' off? If not please try that.
I'm having trouble getting pass the 1 boot process, which is to run /usr/sbin/qlustar-initial-config. After entering a name for the cluster, I always get the error
HTTP access to the Qlustar repository is not possible
Please check your curent network settings (received from DHCP):
Kernel IP routing table
Once you have made the required modifications, restart /usr/sbin/qlustar-initial-config!
I can access the network (sshing to another machine), but cannot ping. It seems the DNS cannot be resolved (ping www.google.com results in the error "Temporary failure in name resolution.") Any hint on what I did wrong?
First of all I'd like to wish all developers/maintainers and users a
happy new year and all the best.
I know I am quite late with this topic, but other things distracted me
so-far: I'd like to finally upgrade our cluster to 11.0.
According to the upgrade instructions
it is more or less an apt distupgrade;
but since there are a lot of changes and I have very bad experience
trying to upgrade merely ubuntu-versions (which usually breaks), I can't
believe it is so simple?
So I'd like to ask whether it is really as simple and what your
experiences are? Any caveats, things to keep in mind? Can I do it while
calculations are running or should I rather wait for all of them to
finish (we have run-times of months, therefore this is a thing in my case).
Any advice/comment is very welcome.
Hi, I was looking at the hardware requirement, and am wondering how strict is the hard disc 160GB or bigger in size requirement. What I mean is, lets say if I use a smaller than 160GB disc, will the installation stop itself, or will it install anyway but with problems later down the road?