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Re: [Condor-users] Problems getting Condor Daemons to run on OS X

I edited to my config files as you suggested, and the service now runs.
The master, collector, and negotiator are the only services running.
However when I go to condor_status it just lists a blank line. Am I not
supposed to see the central manager in the status list?

Also I was wondering if you could elaborate on why you do not recommend
running either startd or schedd on the negotiation machine? Does this
mean that this machine cannot participate in activity on the grid?

Thanks for your help,

On 3/10/2005, "Matt Hope" <matthew.hope@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

>On Wed, 09 Mar 2005 18:38:16 +0000, Stuart Bowness <stuart@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> I am having difficulty getting the condor central manager to run on my
>> Mac OS X machine (Praetorian). I would like this machine to run as the
>> master, however upon running:
>> /condor_master
>> The only processes that startup are:
>> condor   692   0.0  0.3    39376   1344  ??  Ss   10:17AM   0:00.03
>> /condor_master
>> condor   693   0.0  0.4    31064   2240  ??  Ss   10:17AM   0:04.60
>> condor_startd -f
>> condor   694   0.0  0.4    30960   2108  ??  Ss   10:17AM   0:00.09
>> condor_schedd -f
>> I noticed that the manager should also have
>> condor_ master
>> condor_ collector
>> condor_ negotiator
>> condor_ startd
>> condor_ schedd
>Three things
>1) I strongly suggest you do not run a schedd on the negotiation machine.
>2) I VERY strongly suggest you don't run a startd on the negotiation machine
>3) you need to define DAEMON_LIST
>##  condor_master
>##  Daemons you want the master to keep running for you:
>in your config somewhere to make this work
>Note that the master daemon is nothing special to the central manager,
>it is simply the controlling daemon which starts all the others as
>configured and performs some machine specific checks.
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