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Re: [Condor-users] Condor 6.7.2 is released!


I have installed Condor 6.7.2 (the Fedora Core 1 version) on a couple of SuSE 9.1 (kernel 2.6) machines, and almost everything seems to be fine. Jobs compile without problems and start to run. The problem is, Condor doesn't seem to recognise a local user anymore, meaning if I login to a machine and start to type, the job should stop, but it doesn't. It continues to run with full CPU usage. I checked the condor_config file and found no hint - it's rather similar to the Condor 6.6.6 config files we use in our SuSE 8.0/9.0 pool.

Has anyone observed such behaviour? Maybe I just have to use another version of Condor 6.7.2? If so, which one would be the best?

Thanks in advance!

On 10/07/2004 04:19 AM, Erik Paulson wrote:
The Condor Team is pleased to announce the release of Condor 6.7.2.
6.7.2 is the third release of our development series, and is primarily a
bug fix release. New features include support for multiple collectors and
better support for the Linux 2.6 kernel. 6.7.2, and all future releases
(including 6.6 series releases) will no longer support HP-UX 10.20,
Digital UNIX 4.0f, and Solaris 7. See the Version History and Release
Notes for the full list of changes. Condor 6.7.2 is available from our
Downloads page. 6.7.2 is not recommended for production systems, but is
believed to be relatively stable. Users of 6.7.0 and 6.7.1 should upgrade to 6.7.2.

The development plan calls for 6.7.3 to be released in a few weeks, and will be a major feature release. A 6.6.7 is also in the works, with
the primary focus being support for Windows XP Service Pack 2 and the Windows Firewall.

The Version History can be found here: http://www.cs.wisc.edu/condor/manual/v6.7.2/8_2Development_Release.html

Thanks, and we hope you enjoy 6.7.2!

--The Condor Team