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Re: [Condor-users] Newbie Install Question for 6.7.12
- Date: Wed, 12 Oct 2005 11:42:10 -0600
- From: "Stephen Broughton" <buell_man@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [Condor-users] Newbie Install Question for 6.7.12
Thanks, I was stuck in the sbin and had not been looking in the bin.
I will get that updated and go from there.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Michael Yoder" <yoderm@xxxxxxxxxx>
To: "Condor-Users Mail List" <condor-users@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Wednesday, October 12, 2005 11:32 AM
Subject: Re: [Condor-users] Newbie Install Question for 6.7.12
> > I have a Linux Redhat Fedora 3 machine that I have installed Condor
> > using the rpm install.
> > I installed to /condor
> > This computer is on an isolated network with 9 other Fedora 3
> > that
> > will eventually become nodes. There is no DNS or DHPC server on this
> > network, I am using a local host file list so that all the computers
> > resolve to each other.
> > When I install the warning says that it is not able to identify the
> > and to set the: NETWORK_INTERFACE=192.168.0.1
> > I have put that into the condor_config file which I have attached. Is
> > this the best place to put it?
> If /condor isn't part of a shared file system (I suspect it's not), then
> it'll only affect the machine that you put the change on. You may want
> to see the discussion around RELEASE_DIR and LOCAL_DIR at:
> http://docs.optena.com/display/CONDOR/RELEASE_DIR and
> (To actually answer you question, though, you'd usually want to put
> machine-specific settings like NETWORK_INTERFACE in your
> > Then once I reviewed the condor_config file and modified it I ran
> > condor_master
> > The processes seem to start up correctly but they have a -f after
> them. I
> > have not been able to find any reference to this and am wondering what
> > means.
> Don't worry about it. The -f is an argument (added by condor) to the
> > [root@condor1 sbin]# ps -ef | egrep condor_
> > daemon 3454 1 0 Oct05 ? 00:24:41 condor_master -f
> > daemon 3314 3454 0 13:54 ? 00:00:00 condor_collector -f
> > daemon 3315 3454 0 13:54 ? 00:00:00 condor_negotiator -f
> > daemon 3317 3454 0 13:54 ? 00:00:00 condor_schedd -f
> > daemon 3320 3454 0 13:54 ? 00:00:12 condor_startd -f
> > This all looks like everything is running so I try to run the
> > condor_status
> > but I cannot find the command and I get an error when I try to run it.
> > [root@condor1 sbin]# condor_status
> > bash: condor_status: command not found
> You need to either fully qualify condor_status:
> or put it in your PATH:
> export PATH=$PATH:/condor/bin
> export PATH=$PATH:/condor/sbin
> > And where do I get the condor_compile files or install so that I can
> > compile and run the examples to test as jobs?
> > [root@condor1 examples]# make c
> > condor_compile gcc -o io.remote io.c
> > make: condor_compile: Command not found
> > make: *** [io.remote] Error 127
> Same thing...put the condor binaries in your PATH.
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