Sun Grid Engine

My SGE installation process.




Links basics

Com funciona

User level


Hands on



User accounts

To use SMF on Solaris 10 or later hosts and run the Grid Engine software as an unprivileged user, perform the following additional steps as root user (or user with appropriate permissions):
For a local user:

  1. Create the new role sgeadmin:
  1. Assign the just-created role sgeadmin to the user:

For a distributed name service, such as NIS, NIS+, or LDAP:

  • Create the new role sgeadmin and assign it to the user:
Network services

Determine whether your site’s network services are defined in an NIS database or in an /etc/services file that is local to each workstation. If your site uses NIS, determine the host name of your NIS server so that you can add entries to the NIS services map.

The Grid Engine system services are sge_execd and sge_qmaster. To add the services to your NIS map, choose reserved, unused port numbers. The following examples show sge_qmaster and sge_execd entries.

Master host
Execution hosts
  • server
  • client
  • permisions

** Tots els nodes i/o masters han de tenir l’usuari sgeadmin

Edició de hostnames

Instalació del Master
  • Entorn: ** Variables entorn

    ** hostname
  • Descomprimir:
  • Software necessari per a la intalació
  • Iniciar la instalació (as root)
  • JMX MBean server config
  • Berkeley Database spooling parameters
  • Sgeadmin Keystore => minim 6 lletres => 123456 leters 😉
  • Using Grid Engine
  • autostart qmaster y bdb on boot as sgeadmin (dona un warning pero no passa res perque només ens interessa el runlevel 2 i en un futur potser el 5)


no funcionava i he hagut d’executar el  següent:

source /mnt/nfs/var/nfs/sgeroot/default/common/

I ara comença lo divertit, afegir nodes respectant permisos i que funcionin. Despres les cues.



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