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Re: [Condor-users] After booting condor waits for an hour in State Owner
- Date: Mon, 14 Feb 2005 18:47:55 +0100
- From: Philipp Kolmann <kolmann@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [Condor-users] After booting condor waits for an hour in State Owner
maybe if I point my question a little bit different I get some answers:
I am running condor 6.7.3 in a remote boot linux environment with kernel
On a regulary installed machine I don't experience this problem, so my
question is which files the condor_startd checks to determine the KeyboadIdle
and Console Idle times. It seems that I may have a file missing in /var so
that condor waits for one hour before it makes the machine availeable.
On Thu, Feb 10, 2005 at 06:01:51PM +0100, Philipp Kolmann wrote:
> When I boot a node condor is started from init.d. Everything works except that
> the node stays unusable for an hour, because the State is always "Owner" and
> the ConsoleIdle and the KeyboardIdle counters stay at 0.
> After one hour the Counters start to count and after the period specified in
> the config file, the nodes become Unclaimed.
> Is there any switch where I can get rid of this one hour of waiting.
> any help is very much welcomed,
> Philipp Kolmann
> TU Wien, Austria
> To err is human;
> to really screw things up requires the root password.
> Condor-users mailing list
To err is human;
to really screw things up requires the root password.