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RE: [Condor-users] questions about remote queue submission
- Date: Fri, 18 Feb 2005 01:15:51 +0800 (HKT)
- From: "Carson Hung" <carson@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: RE: [Condor-users] questions about remote queue submission
I have read your post on -n and -r options before.
It is really very confused for me either.
Originally, I think that -n is for the one with the same central manager,
while -r is for the one with different central manager.
But seems this concept is wrong, as I can not send anything without
central manager. I have tried advertise a class-ad for scheduler, but
(really don't know why, anyone has successful experiences in advertising
scheduler, if so may you please post the ad file and command?)
Anyway, as I think it may have someone succeeded in submitting remote jobs
by using condor-g, so I try asking.
>> does anyone succeed in sending jobs to remote queues/schedulers?
> See my email titled "condor_submit with -r or -n?" from Monday. I have
> succesfully submitted to a remote schedd and had the job run
> successfully using the -n option. This was from a WinXP to a WinXP
> machine running 6.7.3. I think -n worked by slight fluke. We have
> SEC_DEFAULT_NEGOTIATION = NEVER at our site. If I used the -r option
> (which is what I think I should be doing) I crashed the remote schedd
> (not good). But I think -r is what most people should use. I haven't
> tried it from linux to linux or linux to windows.
> No one has answered my question abou the differences between -r and -n
> -- the documentation is very sparse. The docs made -n sound like it was
> only for distinguishing between multiple schedd instances on a machine,
> but it worked for a remote submission for me.
> - Ian
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