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Re: [Condor-users] Two domains


I have condor working with machines on two different subnets 192.168.139.x and 192.168.138.x going through two physical network cards (eth1 and eth2, respectively) and a third nework card (eth0) for comunication with the exterior 170.x.x.x. Are you saying that this is supposed to be impossible? I'm currently using 6.7.5.


On 7/12/05, Nick LeRoy <nleroy@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Tue July 12 2005 3:06 pm, Jeremy Mann wrote:

> This has probably been asked before, but I couldn't find an answer. We
> have a present pool located on a private subnet, We also have
> several spare machines inside of our VLAN (on another ethernet interface)
> that I would like to join our pool. I can't figure out how to make Condor
> use both interfaces. Its one or the other.

As of today, you can't do this.  However, Condor will be getting this
capability very soon when the GCB "Generic Connection Brokering" support
becomes available.  My understanding is that, when this is ready, Condor
will, by default, bind to all available interfaces.  We expect this to become
available quite soon.


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