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RE: [Condor-users]question on Windows
- Date: Fri, 29 Jul 2005 12:07:47 -0700
- From: "Michael Yoder" <yoderm@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: RE: [Condor-users]question on Windows
> I just downloaded condor-6.6.10-winnt50-x86.exe and read the
> I found that Condor Version 6.6.10 supported platforms include Windows
> 2000 Professional and Server, 2003 Server (Win NT) on page 6 in the
> manual But not including Windows XP.However,on page 309 manual tells
> me that Condor for Windows requires Windows 2000 (or better) or Windows
> I want to know whether Condor on Windows XP can run as the Central
Yes it can - I'm running it right now on my machine.
> I run condor-6.6.10-winnt50-x86.exe on the machine whose platform is
> Windows2000 Server.
> The configuration of Condor follwed by GUIbased setup program are :
> Creating a New pool ...
> Name of the pool : BIT ASR
> hostname : condor_0
> release dir : C:\Condor
> email : asr2004@xxxxxxxxxx
> domain : asr.bit.edu.cn
> Access permissions:
> Read : asr.bit.edu.cn
> Write : asr.bit.edu.cn
> Administrator : condor_0
> Between configing Condor and installing Condor(copy files),my computer
> prompt "The service cannot be installed due to an unknow error", then
> installation continues.
That *sounds* bad, but if the collector is actually running it must've been installed somehow. If you go to Control Panel -> Administrative Tools -> Services, do you see "Condor" in the list? Does the user you installed Condor as have Administrative privileges?
> After installion,I run the command "condor_status"
> the result is "Error: could not fetch ads----can't find collector"
> "condor_q" the result is "-- Failed to fetch ads from:
> <10.2.19.243:1886> : bit-bc0040dde1d "
> I check in the Task Manager , condor_collector is running .
> Now how can solve this problem ?
You may have a permissions problem. Above, your "Read" and "Write" permissions are set to one machine (asr.bit.edu.cn) while it seems that the machine you're on is named "condor_0". Since "condor_0" doesn't have read/write permissions it can't talk to itself. You probably want more relaxed permissions, perhaps *.bit.edu.cn would be appropriate?
I'm also wondering about the actual name of the machine. You say it's condor_0 (your answer to "hostname") but the output of condor_q mentions "bit-bc0040dde1d"...what's that?
You may want to take a look at the following:
Host-based security in Condor:
Installing Condor on Windows:
http://condor.optena.com/x/jQY (yes this is a shameless plug for http://condor.optena.com :-) )
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