We have a Linux cluster running Rocks 6.1.1 for several years. I recently got a report that the nodes were down. When I checked the nodes, they were all in installation mode and stuck at language selection. I think the kickstart file was not generated correctly, but I don’t know how to check it.
Fortunately, I found an articleÂ which helped me resolve the problem. In order to test and see if a kickstart file can be generated correctly, you need to run this command.
sudo -u apache /opt/rocks/bin/rocks list host profile compute-0-0
If the output is like this:
Traceback (most recent call last): File "/opt/rocks/bin/rocks", line 301, in command.runWrapper(name, args[i:]) File "/opt/rocks/lib/python2.6/site-packages/rocks/commands/__init__.py", line 2194, in runWrapper self.run(self._params, self._args) File "/opt/rocks/lib/python2.6/site-packages/rocks/commands/list/host/profile/__init__.py", line 301, in run for host in self.getHostnames(args): File "/opt/rocks/lib/python2.6/site-packages/rocks/commands/__init__.py", line 773, in getHostnames min,max = self.db.fetchone() TypeError: 'NoneType' object is not iterable
The problem might be due to the apache user cannot connect to the mysql server. You need to check this file: /opt/rocks/etc/my.cnf . The password has to be present. Also, the other permission should be set to read. If not, run this command:
chmod o+r /opt/rocks/etc/my.cnf
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