Package Details: slurm 0.4.4-2

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Package Base: slurm
Description: yet another network load monitor
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Keywords: cli tool
Licenses: GPL-2.0-or-later
Conflicts: slurm-llnl
Submitter: pressh
Maintainer: PlasticSoup
Last Packager: PlasticSoup
Votes: 78
Popularity: 0.000000
First Submitted: 2008-01-27 22:05 (UTC)
Last Updated: 2024-02-04 02:27 (UTC)

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TrialnError commented on 2023-09-16 21:41 (UTC)

CFLAGS would have been my guess too after you mentioned it working outside of makepkg.
Interesting that it chokes on -fexceptions as a C program?
I would assume it shouldn't be doing that, as it isn't in use. But well...
Thanks for finding the issue.

PlasticSoup commented on 2023-09-10 02:51 (UTC)

The segfault issue is fixed in 0.4.4-2.

PlasticSoup commented on 2023-09-09 04:34 (UTC)

Manually building slurm using the commands from github or using the commands from this PKGBUILD creates a program that works without issue. It is only when using makepkg that it seg faults. Which really doesn't make sense to me.

TrialnError commented on 2023-09-07 21:33 (UTC)

Does this program work for someone?
Got curious and tried it, but only getting a SIGSEGV

minxu commented on 2022-11-05 01:19 (UTC) (edited on 2022-11-05 02:59 (UTC) by minxu)

it seems to coredump on me. update to 0.4.4?

Just recompiled 0.4.4. it works fine without coredump. but PKGBUILD needs to be updated to use meson for building not cmake.

Also, the man page file is also owned by slurm-llnl package from the community repo. It causes error like:

slurm-llnl: /usr/share/man/man1/slurm.1.gz exists in filesystem (owned by slurm)

perhaps should cause a conflict or something.

mashfiqurbd commented on 2020-12-08 14:11 (UTC)

Its really awesome!!!

<deleted-account> commented on 2020-03-21 15:56 (UTC)

Can you make me a co-maintainer or orphan this package? please version is now 0.4.3

strive commented on 2019-04-06 22:35 (UTC) (edited on 2019-04-06 22:36 (UTC) by strive)

PKGBUILD wants to cd into "$srcdir/$pkgname-upstream" and "$srcdir/$pkgname-upstream/build". Actual directory is named $pkgname-upstream-0.4.3

irishluck83 commented on 2019-02-21 03:25 (UTC)

The checksums are off. Can you please correct this. Thanks.

ava1ar commented on 2015-11-21 16:29 (UTC)