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Re: [Condor-users] two central manager on the same machine
COLLECTOR_HOST = $(CONDOR_HOST):48111
NEGOTIATOR_HOST = $(CONDOR_HOST):48112
for one of the pools, leaving CONDOR_HOST without a port (in both the
master and the client configurations). On the other pool I kept the
default, that is without ports. As far as I know, CONDOR_HOST does not
need port information.
On 07/08/2005 04:50 AM, Li-Yung Ho wrote:
> Hi Christian
> Thanks for your response
> How do I specify the port in the configuration file ?
> for example , pool A use port a , pool B use port b
> If I want machine C join pool A , I should write the CONDOR_HOST of machine
> C configuration file as
> CONDOR_HOST=full.hostname.of.cnetral.manager:port a
> Is it correct ?
> Best Regard
> On Thu, 07 Jul 2005 09:28:17 +0200, Christian Rosenbleck wrote
>>when we were running two Central Managers on the same machine (with same
>>user), I solved it by assigning different ports to COLLECTOR_HOST and
>>NEGOTIATOR_HOST. CONDOR_HOST was the same for both pools.
>>Hope this helps.
>>On 07/07/2005 08:55 AM, Li-Yung Ho wrote:
>>>I have two central manager which are run by different users for
>>>pools , named pool A and pool B ,on the same machine .
>>>My question is
>>>If I want a machine C to join pool A , how should I set
> the "CONDOR_HOST"
>>>What's the difference between the variables "CONDOR_HOST" for joining
> pool A
>>>or pool B ?
>>>Thanks in advanced