Re: Running command on nodes using IP address of the master as parameter
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Welcome and glad you're enjoying StarCluster thus far :D
Are you using a plugin to do the setup? If so you can get the private ip
address of the master, e.g.:
def run(self, nodes, master, user, user_shell, volumes):
log.info("Master node public ip: %s" % master.ip_address)
log.info("Master node private ip: %s" % master.private_ip_address)
With that said, have you checked whether the command you're running
accepts hostnames? If so you should be able to use 'master:<port>' on
any node in the cluster instead of looking up the ip address of the
master each time...
On Thu, Aug 02, 2012 at 04:19:23PM -0400, Sébastien Arnaud wrote:
> I am new to starCluster, but I am loving it already! I am trying to setup
> a config so that I can spawn automatically doRedis backed clusters for R
> computations, and I have it all pretty much ready, except that I can't
> seem to figure out how to get the IP address of the master which I can use
> as a parameter to run in a command I would run on the nodes as a plugin.
> Thank you in advance for any pointers!
> Sébastien Arnaud
> StarCluster mailing list
Received on Fri Aug 03 2012 - 11:21:27 EDT
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