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Re: Application package does not compile

Post by TrevorH » 2019/12/05 11:41:59

CentOS 5 has been dead for nearly 3 years. No-one should be running that at all, anywhere, unless it's in a locked room with no cables attached to it.
CentOS 6 will die in November 2020 - migrate sooner rather than later!
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Re: Application package does not compile

Post by kerogaz » 2019/12/05 11:46:13

TrevorH wrote:
2019/12/05 11:41:59
CentOS 5 has been dead for nearly 3 years. No-one should be running that at all, anywhere, unless it's in a locked room with no cables attached to it.
But I personally contact the cluster that is currently working on this system.

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Re: Application package does not compile

Post by TrevorH » 2019/12/05 12:36:42

You're not understanding.

CentOS 5 should not be used. At all. Anywhere. It's dead. Do not use it. It is dangerous. Stop using it ASAP.
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Re: Application package does not compile

Post by kerogaz » 2019/12/05 12:54:38

Even if Centos 5 works for certain tasks without problems 9 years ? This reminds me a lot of the situation with Windows XP :)

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Re: Application package does not compile

Post by jlehtone » 2019/12/05 13:00:04

kerogaz wrote:
2019/12/05 11:37:38
some clusters still successfully operate at CentOS 5
Is that hardware relevant any more? High electricity consumption, surely support contract gone, components breaking.
kerogaz wrote:
2019/12/05 11:37:38
no one wants to redo them
That is the key issue. The redo could be really easy if you would put some effort on it.

If you don't want to maintain a cluster, then you don't want to have a cluster. Redo is standard maintenance.
kerogaz wrote:
2019/12/05 11:46:13
But I personally contact the cluster that is currently working on this system.
Sounds like:
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Re: Application package does not compile

Post by BShT » 2019/12/05 13:01:53

Centos 5 is like a pierced condom DO NOT USE!

i will not feed the troll anymore...

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Re: Application package does not compile

Post by kerogaz » 2019/12/05 13:06:46

BShT wrote:
2019/12/05 13:01:53
Centos 5 is like a pierced condom DO NOT USE!
A leaky condom can increase the population of which a large shortage of the indigenous population of Europe :lol:

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Re: Application package does not compile

Post by kerogaz » 2019/12/09 07:20:49

Finally I solved the problem. I installed the system from the image CentOS 7.0 DVD ISO didn't make any updates and I set there torque 4.2.4.1

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Re: Application package does not compile

Post by jlehtone » 2019/12/09 09:52:04

You did not solve the problem. You apparently don't understand the problem.

The problem is in torque. You have to change or replace torque.


CentOS 7.0 has been dead from 31 March 2015. DO NOT USE.

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Re: Application package does not compile

Post by kerogaz » 2019/12/09 12:18:03

jlehtone wrote:
2019/12/09 09:52:04
You did not solve the problem. You apparently don't understand the problem.

The problem is in torque. You have to change or replace torque.


CentOS 7.0 has been dead from 31 March 2015. DO NOT USE.
If the cluster will work for another 5 years without system updates, it completely satisfies me :) A complete solution to the problem would be the possibility of completely turning off openssl during compilation. I absolutely do not need encryption

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