[IPython-User] Can't get ipcluster to run on LAN

Johann Rohwer jr@sun.ac...
Mon Aug 13 07:13:12 CDT 2012

On Wednesday 08 August 2012 15:10:29 MinRK wrote:

> There's also clearly another bug in ipengine, where disambiguation
> of ip=* with location={not local}, where it's coming up with
> localhost instead of location.  The workaround for this is to
> explicitly use an engine-visible IP on the controller (ip=
>  This part does not affect 0.13, and should be fixed by PR #2269.

Incidentally I'm also seeing this on 0.13 but only on our cluster at 
work. Maybe because the cluster controller has 2 ethernet cards, one 
visible to the outside world, and the other connected to the cluster 
nodes via a 10.0.0.* subnet. 

I'm not seeing this in my home setup with just two separate machines, 
each a single ethernet card (no shared home dir, so the json files have 
to be copied over).

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