Ah - now that is easily fixed, without breaking the support for everyone
else. I'll commit the fix right away.
On Mon, Jun 22, 2009 at 11:12 AM, Iain Bason <Iain.Bason_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> Ralph Castain wrote:
>> Yes, but look at orte/mca/plm/rsh/plm_rsh_module.c:
>> /* ensure that only the ssh plm is selected on the remote daemon */
>> var = mca_base_param_environ_variable("plm", NULL, NULL);
>> opal_setenv(var, "rsh", true, &env);
>> This is done in "ssh_child", right before we fork_exec the ssh command
>> to launch the remote daemon. This is why slave spawn works, for example.
> My ssh does not preserve environment variables:
> bash-3.2$ export MY_VERY_OWN_ENVIRONMENT_VARIABLE=yes
> bash-3.2$ ssh cubbie env | grep MY_VERY_OWN
> WARNING: This is a restricted access server. If you do not have explicit
> permission to access this server, please disconnect immediately.
> Unauthorized access to this system is considered gross misconduct and may
> result in disciplinary action, including revocation of SWAN access
> privileges, immediate termination of employment, and/or prosecution to the
> fullest extent of the law.
> The rsh man page explicitly states that the local environment is not passed
> to the remote shell.
> I haven't checked qrsh. Maybe it works with that.
> I agree that tree_spawn doesn't seem to work right now, but it is not due
>> to the plm not being selected.
> It was for me. I don't know whether it is because your rsh/ssh work
> differently, or for some other reason, but there is no question that my tree
> spawn failed because no PLM was loaded.
> There are other factors involved.
> The other factors that I came across were:
> * I didn't have my .ssh/config file set up to forward
> authentication. I added a -A flag to the ssh command in
> * In plm_rsh_module.c:setup_launch, a NULL orted_cmd made asprintf
> crash. I used (orted_cmd == NULL ? "" : orted_cmd) in the call to
> Once I fixed those, tree spawning worked for me. (I believe you mentioned
> a race condition in another conversation. I haven't run into that.)
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