The Qlustar releases 22.214.171.124-b531f1351 and 126.96.36.199-b533f1350 are ready
including a number of security/bug fixes and improvements. Please check
the following web pages for details about security fixes and special
The following non-security related enhancements/bug fixes are included:
For 12.0 only:
- QluMan 188.8.131.52
* Add support for home directories on servers other than the head-node
* Network FS mounts: respect Network Override
* Improve saving of window geometries
* Allow cluster commands to execute on headnodes and show correct
execute-on in ExecuteWidget
* Fix exception when importing a newly generated auth token
* NetworkConfigWidget: Adjust column sizes
* Nameservices: add group membership to passwd-sync method
* Nameservices: fix permission of sssd.conf on updates
* RxEngine: Fix kill/redo button in tabs
- Set Infiniband node_desc to the node's hostname on nodes with IB
adapters. This allows for better IB fabric analysis.
- Prevent motd to display twice upon login on CentOS 8.
This is my first post, and so far I love Qlustar! Just what I've been looking for, you've done amazing work here.
I noticed that my physical compute nodes, which are all diskless, fail when Qluman tries to write the Namespace Configurations. Upon trying lots of things, I found that the file /etc/sssd.conf is written with '644' permissions, causing the sssd.service to not start. However, when I manually change these with 'chmod 600 /etc/sssd.conf' and restart the service with 'service restart sssd' when SSH'ed into a compute node, it works perfectly.
So my question is, how can I change the permissions of a config file which Qluman writes to all nodes? I think this is my last barrier to a properly provisioned cluster.