On Tue, Oct 29, 2019 at 08:00:27PM +0000, Mun Johl wrote: > Hi Hugh, > > > > Thank you for your reply. > > See my comments below. > > > > What’s the output of ‘qconf -sq long.q’? Are you sure it doesn’t still > reference the old hostname, maybe within a hostgroup? > > > > [Mun] I did check the queue after updating the queues and host groups and > ‘qconf -sq long.q’ looks good. It has the new domain name listed. I’ve > checked the host groups via ‘qconf -shgrp @name’ and each of them also > lists the new domain name. > > > > A new finding is if I try to *add* a host with the new FQDN, SGE says it > already exists even though ‘qconf -sh’ doesn’t show the host with the new > domain name--it still shows the old domain name for the particular host. > > > I think SGE tries to go for the closest thing to a canonical name for a host if there is one. If the old name 'points' at the new in some way (eg via reverse IP lookup or CNAME record) it might get confused.
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