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Re: [Condor-users] condor_config_val doesn't set/retreive custom valuesproperly
- Date: Wed, 13 Jul 2005 03:40:52 -0700 (PDT)
- From: filipdef@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
- Subject: Re: [Condor-users] condor_config_val doesn't set/retreive custom valuesproperly
Don't forget to do a condor_reconfig after a condor_config_val.
I never tried it with a master attribute, only with a startd attribute:
condor_config_val -startd -rset "JCAE_READY = TRUE"
condor_config_val -startd JCAE_READY
should work (but going off of memory here, let me know if this still
doesn't work and I'll look it up)
> Hi all,
> I'm trying to set a runtime property on some condor nodes. I used
> condor_config_val on my local node, and after solving a config problem
> (security level was not set) here is what I obtain:
> $ condor_config_val -set "JCAE_READY = true"
> Successfully set configuration "JCAE_READY = true" on master
> patrouille.grideads.net <10.251.147.33:40388>.
> $ condor_config_val JCAE_READY
> Not defined: JCAE_READY
> Looking at the MasterLog doesn't help me so much:
> 7/13 11:16:26 DaemonCore: Command received via TCP from host
> 7/13 11:16:26 DaemonCore: received command 60002 (DC_CONFIG_PERSIST),
> calling handler (handle_config())
> I also tried with different syntaxes, as I didn't know exactly the
> difference between a macro and an expression in that case (I tried
> JCAE_READY=true, "JCAE_READY : true", JCAE_READY:true, I tried with
> rset, and I tried addressing directly to the schedd, each of these
> solutions giving the same "Successfully set configuration" message and
> "Not Defined" afterward).
> Am I doing something wrong ? Is this a problem with my configuration ?
> Matthieu Cargnelli
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