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Re: [Condor-users] condor on dhcp environment

A group of students here (myself included) did some experimenting with an environment similar to yours in the spring. I seem to remember we concluded that when the IP of your CM changes you should restart the daemons on your execute nodes so you are sure that the IP change is noticed. That should be as easy as your script updating / etc/hosts and then firing off a "condor_off -master && sleep a bit && condor_master"



On Aug 14, 2006, at 5:09 AM, Nano Surbakti wrote:


I want to setup condor in a pool of computers that always change it's
IP everytime it reboot.
I can have one computer have a dynamic IP, which will be used as a
central manager.
I'm thinking of making a program on master and execute hosts, that
will update /etc/hosts file each time the IP changed. Is it possible
for Condor to work in such situation?

What if there's no static IP at all (I can't even have the CM a static IP)?

Nano Surbakti
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