HPC Pack 2008 R2 SP1 Fix for Possible Issues When Submitting Jobs

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This update fixes several issues that may occur when submitting a job between domains or cancelling a job
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    15.3 MB

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    KB Articles: KB2494559

      NOTE: This fix has been superseded by the HPC Pack 2008 R2 Service Pack 2

      Note: This fix has been superseded by KB 2523633

      This update fixes a set of issues that can occure when submitting or cancelling jobs under the following situations:

      1) Submitting a job from a user account in a domain that does not have a trust relationship with the domain the cluster is in will fail.

          Apply this fix to allow the user to enter credentials for the Head Node's domain from the Job Console or use runas credentials from command line and powershell job submission.

      2) Under some stress / heavy usage conditions it is possible for the HPC Job Scheduler to receive a request from a user to cancel jobs at the same time it was trying to automatically preempt the job. When this happens the Job Scheduler reports to the user, or client application, that the job has been cancelled, but it actually is requeued and will run again automatically.

          Apply this fix to enable the HPC Job Scheduler to properly process the events and report the correct job status back to the user or client application.

  • Supported Operating System

    Windows 7, Windows HPC Server 2008 R2, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Vista

      An HPC Pack 2008 R2 / HPC Server 2008 R2 cluster
      HPC Pack 2008 R2 Service Pack 1 must be installed
    • This hotfix need to be run on the headnode, compute nodes, and client machines.

      To start the download, click the Download button and then:
      1) Click Save to copy the download to your computer.
      2) Run the download on the headnode.
      Note: If you have a pair of HA headnodes, run the fix on the Active node and after failover occurs run the fix on the new Active node
      3) Use the HPC Pack Node Template feature, remote powershell, or log on interactively, to deploy the fix to the compute nodes.
      4) Use your existing enterprise patch management system or log on interactively
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