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Re: [Condor-users] flocking
- Date: Tue, 09 Nov 2004 12:11:33 -0500
- From: George Gensure <werkt@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [Condor-users] flocking
Kewley, J (John) wrote:
The remote host (flock_to) is 10.142.1.6, the local (flock_from) is
10.14.2.185, and this is not talking to itself, (that occurs
successfully), its receiving negotiator requests from the host at
10.142.1.6 that it sent the flock_to request to. (hope that was clear)
flock_from cm condor_config entries:
FLOCK_FROM = 10.142.1.6
FLOCK_TO = 10.142.1.6
11/9 11:38:05 Unknown negotiator (<10.142.1.6:9687>).
This is looks like a complaint about being unable to talk to itself.
Do you have a negotiator running on 10.142.1.6 ?
Do the 2 pools run quite happily separately?Yep, they run nicely on their own.
Absolutely, but its not a connection thing, I've only gotten this far by
opening up specific ports bidirectionally and specifying hi and low port
range of those open ports. This is different than the connection errors
I got before... (didn't save any of em, but you get the point).
can anyone lend a bit of advice?
When in doubt, blame a firewall - do you have any on either of the machines?