lsfinstall -f install.config), you are ready to configure:
- Run hostsetup, which sets up LSF hosts.
- You must Log on to each LSF server host as root. Start with your LSF master host.
- Run hostsetup on each LSF server host. For example:
# cd /usr/share/lsf/6.0/install # ./hostsetup --top="/usr/share/lsf" --boot="y"
- Log on to the LSF master host. You must be root and set your LSF environment:
$ . LSF_TOP/conf/profile.lsf
- Run lsfstartup, which will start the cluster.
- Test the cluster by running LSF commands (I.E., lsmon, lsinfo)
See this page for all the information and documentation you'll ever need on LSF.
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