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Re: [Condor-users] can't shutdown condor under linux


I don't believe that HOSTALLOW_OWNER grants authority to use condor_off. I think you need HOSTALLOW_ADMINISTRATOR for that. In the default config file, this is granted to just the central manager, so you should be able to run the command from there:

condor_off -master target.host.name


Dr Ian C. Smith wrote:


I've got a Linux machine working fine as a submit/execution
host but can't seem to get Condor to shutdown correctly.
When I issue

/usr/local/condor/sbin/condor_master -off

as root, the daemons (master,startd,schedd) just keep running.
A tail of condor/log/MasterLog contains

11/19 16:35:27 DaemonCore: PERMISSION DENIED to unknown user from host
<....:9631> for comm and 60005 (DC_OFF_GRACEFUL)

this seems to be the same problem as in


but the fix there doesn't seem to work -- I have


any ideas,


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