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Re: [Condor-users] X86_64 Cluster refuses to run INTEL jobs?
- Date: Fri, 24 Jun 2005 09:05:30 -0400
- From: Eric Warnke <ewarnke@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [Condor-users] X86_64 Cluster refuses to run INTEL jobs?
Yes you are correct I am using a globus toolkit and no I don't think
this is isolated to globus since I have not used it to submit jobs. If
I take a simple job submission that works on the X86_64 headnode and run
it through condor_submit on the i386 node it fails to match to any
host. If I take the same job and change the requirements to
((Arch=="X86_64")||(Arch=="INTEL")) it will run. I have found the
section of condor.pm that I would need to modify, but that seems like an
ungly hack to me since once globus supports the distinction of i386 and
x86_64 it will more than likley run into trouble.
My problem is that the negotiator SHOULD be matching INTEL jobs with
X86_64 execution nodes.
Robert E. Parrott wrote:
By "vdt" I assume you're speaking of a globus toolkit.
Find a file called "condor.pm" and look for a section of the file,
that writes the part of the condor submit script that indicates the
"Requirements" of the job. To this section, add some code that checks
if the arch is "intel", and if so, modify the requirement to include
both "INTEL" or "X86_64"
as the Arch.
This is not really a condor question, but a related globus question.