Bad uid for job execution msg ruserok failed validating
This bit seemed missing from the default install, and it took me a while to figure it out (again).If the machine youre installing Torque on doesnt have an official FQDN, a simple work-around is to invent one and assign it to the machines network IP.It can be downloaded from https://kojipkgs.fedoraproject.org//packages/torque/4.2.10/5.el6/ Access to EPEL should be configured before installation starts.Packages/libraries hell is the most distinct feature of all Linux distributions.For complex and rarely used packaged you are often to nasty surprises. Also some packagers are pretty perverted and add to the package additional dependencies or configure is is a completely bizarre way.They are typically volunteers and nobody controls what they are doing.In this case you may be able get thru and not get burned.
I considered a self compiled installation of torque, so for this a few dependencies are necessary : Open the following ports for tcp on your firewall : 15003, 15001 (you can use the graphical firewall setup tool available in CENTOS to do that or go through iptables).
Sh*t happens, especially with complex open source packages, which do not have adequate manpower for development, testing or packaging, but this was a real SNAFU that affected many naive users with real and pretty large clusters: Gavin Nelson 2016-04-06 EDT Please remove the NUMA support from this package group, or create an alternate package group.