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Re: [Condor-users] condor_submit problems
- Date: Tue, 16 Aug 2005 11:05:06 +0100
- From: Ananth Anandhakrishnan <annoholic@xxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [Condor-users] condor_submit problems
Hello Michael, Thanks for your help.
i have tried to run the condor_submit from condor home account and now
i get the following error
ERROR: failed to transfer executable file loop.remote
loop.remote resides in /usr/local/condor-6.6.10/examples/ which is
owned by root. i chmod this file so condor has ownership but i still
get same error.
nothing else is being recorded on log file.
on schedule log file i get the following messages
8/16 10:30:07 Failed to receive filesize in ReliSock::get_file
8/16 10:30:07 Failed to receive file from client in SendSpoolFile.
do i also need to change all file permissions on the installation directory?
On 8/15/05, Michael Yoder <yoderm@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > i'm trying to run one of the test jobs on condor on the local master
> > for testing, but im having trouble starting it.
> > i followed the instructions in the readme and added the folloing lines
> > in the local configure file stored in /home/condor and did a reconfig.
> > START : Owner == "your user name" || Owner == "condor"
> > SUSPEND : False
> > CONTINUE : True
> > PREEMPT : False
> > KILL : False
> > first thing. when i try running condor_submit from
> > /usr/local/condor/examples it gives me the following error.
> > WARNING: Invalid log file:
> > do i have to chown and chgrp all files and folders in the condor
> > directory to condor rather than root?
> Two things:
> a) I usually install condor so all the files/directories are owned by
> user condor. The only time I switch to root is to start the daemons.
> For many things it doesn't matter, but things under $(LOCAL_DIR) do need
> to be owned by user condor. (For example, the $(LOG) directory contains
> condor log files, and user condor has to write to those log files.) But
> don't worry, the installer should have taken care of this for you.
> b) When submitting jobs, the user you submit your job as has to have
> write permissions to the directory where the user log file is located.
> (This is the user log, not the condor log I mentioned above.) You of
> course will need read permissions for the file you specified for 'input'
> and write permissions for the files you specified for 'output' and
> 'error' in your submit file.
> The easiest way to deal with this is to submit jobs from your home
> Mike Yoder
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