Re: pvm and ssh
echo $PVM_RSH gives /usr/bin/ssh and our default
shell is bash.then also the same error occurs.
i have set PVM_RSH=/usr/bin/ssh in .bashrc file.
i don't know why connection refused error comes when
adding host to PVM....
please someone help me out.......
--- Kaveh Moallemi <email@example.com> wrote:
> >From: vanitha saravanan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> >To: email@example.com
> >Subject: pvm and ssh
> >Date: Tue, 4 Jan 2005 22:36:22 -0800 (PST)
> >i have installed PVM ,when i am trying to add
> >host in PVM using ssh which i have set by
> >PVM_RSH in .bashrc file i got the following error
> >please help me out..........
> >add ap03
> >0 successful
> > HOST DTID
> > ap03 Can't start pvmd
> >Auto-Diagnosing Failed Hosts...
> >Verifying Local Path to "rsh"...
> >Rsh found in /usr/bin/rsh - O.K.
> >Testing Rsh/Rhosts Access to Host "ap03"...
> >Rsh/Rhosts Access FAILED - "ap03: Connection
> >Make sure host ap03 is up and connected to
> >a network and check its DNS / IP address.
> >Also verify that box2.intranet.amplifymind.com is
> >rsh access on ap03
> >Add this line to the $HOME/.rhosts on ap03:
> >box2.intranet.amplifymind.com root
> Looks like PVM is still using RSH to access remote
> hosts ... meaning
> that PVM_RSH has not been set.
> How are you setting this variable? What does the
> following give you?
> echo $PVM_RSH
> Also, is bash your default shell?
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