Creating a queue. qmgr: cannot connect

I have a couple VM’s running Ubuntu 18.04 with OpenPBS 20.0.1 and Singularity 3.6.4. One is set up as a host server with the other setup as a compute node with the mom daemon enabled. I’m using LDAP for a naming service to eventually help this cluster manage users. This thread seems related https://community.openpbs.org/t/install-pbspro-on-a-single-node/1155/3

I’m looking for some advice on this error:
qmgr -c “create queue workq queue_type=e,started=t,enabled=t”Unknown Host.
qmgr: cannot connect to server queue
Unknown Host.
qmgr: cannot connect to server workq
Unknown Host.
qmgr: cannot connect to server queue_type=e,started=t,enabled=t”

Here’s some additional info:
qmgr -c ‘p s’
Unknown Host.
qmgr: cannot connect to server s’

qstat -Bf
Server: <hostname>
    server_state = Active
    server_host = <host_address>
    scheduling = True
    total_jobs = 0
    state_count = Transit:0 Queued:0 Held:0 Waiting:0 Running:0 Exiting:0 Begun
	:0 
    log_events = 511
    mail_from = adm
    query_other_jobs = True
    resources_default.ncpus = 1
    default_chunk.ncpus = 1
    scheduler_iteration = 600
    FLicenses = 20000000
    resv_enable = True
    node_fail_requeue = 310
    max_array_size = 10000
    pbs_license_min = 0
    pbs_license_max = 2147483647
    pbs_license_linger_time = 31536000
    license_count = Avail_Global:10000000 Avail_Local:10000000 Used:0 High_Use:
	0
    pbs_version = 20.0.1
    eligible_time_enable = False
    max_concurrent_provision = 5
    max_job_sequence_id = 9999999

pbsnodes -a
<node_name>
     Mom = <compute_address>
     ntype = PBS
     state = state-unknown,down
     resources_available.host = <compute_name>
     resources_available.vnode = <compute_name>
     resources_assigned.accelerator_memory = 0kb
     resources_assigned.hbmem = 0kb
     resources_assigned.mem = 0kb
     resources_assigned.naccelerators = 0
     resources_assigned.ncpus = 0
     resources_assigned.vmem = 0kb
     comment = node down: communication closed
     resv_enable = True
     sharing = default_shared
     last_state_change_time = Fri Jan  8 20:13:24 2021

Can you run this command and check the output
qmgr -c “print queue @default

Also, please check these pre-requisites :

Is this another case where wiki quotes are being confused for computer quotes?

Run the commands again, but type them yourself instead of using copy/paste from the web. That is, make sure you use ' and ", not and .