[Tsung] Can't start newbeam on host lab (reason: timeout)

Jehan Procaccia jehan.procaccia at tem-tsp.eu
Tue Nov 19 14:56:53 CET 2013


Le 19/11/2013 13:01, Nicolas Niclausse a écrit :
> Rodolphe Quiédeville ecrivait le 19/11/2013 12:52:
>> Jehan Procaccia <jehan.procaccia at tem-tsp.eu> writes:
>>
>>> yes, both machines are centos 6.4 with all the tools install via rpm
>>> (yum) packages
>>>
>>> on 'lab' host:
>>>
>>> # rpm -q erlang-compiler
>>> erlang-compiler-R14B-04.2.el6.i686
>>> # rpm -q tsung
>>> tsung-1.5.0-3.el6.i686
>>>
>>> on 'cularo' (master) host
>>> [root at cularo ~]# rpm -q erlang-compiler
>>> erlang-compiler-R14B-04.2.el6.x86_64
>>> [root at cularo ~]# rpm -q tsung
>>> tsung-1.5.0-3.el6.x86_64
>> May be the problem is your architecture is composed of 32bits and
>> 64bits hosts ? I don't know if Tsung/Erlang can used on mixed
>> architecture, Nicolas should know.
> Oh yes, it doesn't work. In this case, you need a 32bit erlang on the 64
> bit linux node.
>
>
Yes ! that was it
now that I have installed tsung on two 32bits hosts (mlaster and slave), 
distributed client works fine.
It's still not clear to me if we can combined a 64 bits master with 32 
bits clients or 32 bits master with 64 bits client !?

Thanks a lot .


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