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Re: [Condor-users] jobmanager other than Fork, LSF and PBS
- Date: Thu, 17 Aug 2006 10:45:01 -0400
- From: "Diego Bello" <dbello@xxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [Condor-users] jobmanager other than Fork, LSF and PBS
On 8/17/06, Pranav Aggarwal <pranav.aggwl@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Well thanks for your review...
I have worked a week with condor... and submitted the jobs from condor
submission machine to condor host.. and host was able to delegate the jobs
to the condor pool and the result is posted back to submission machine...
this was kinda C jobs..
well now moving step ahead... now throwing jobs to GT 4...using Condor...
this is my submission file... lot is done to improve it...
$ cat env3test
executable = /bin/ls
universe = grid
grid-type = gt4
#globusscheduler = i2it:8443
JobManager_type = Fork
#universe = globus
grid_resource = gt4
output = test_env3.out
log = test_env3.log
error = test_env3.err
notification = error
#requirements = (OpSys == "LINUX")
considering ur mail and reading text .. got that Fork is default
now when i submit this ...
$ condor_q -ana
-- Submitter:xxxxxxxxxxxxxx : <192.168.7.131:32849> : xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
ID OWNER SUBMITTED RUN_TIME ST PRI SIZE CMD
78.0 pranavg 8/17 15:38 0+00:00:00 H 0 9.8 ls
79.0 pranavg 8/17 15:38 0+00:10:59 R 0 9.8
2 jobs; 0 idle, 1 running, 1 held
this 79.0 was greated after 2 minutes of submission of 'env3test'
well i dont know why.. explain me if u get the answer...
now the problem... well looking at the log file it says so...
000 (078.000.000) 08/17 15:38:10 Job submitted from host: <
018 (078.000.000) 08/17 15:38:24 Globus job submission failed!
Reason: 0 The AXIS engine could not find a target service to invoke!
targetService is null
012 (078.000.000 ) 08/17 15:38:28 Job was held.
Globus error: The AXIS engine could not find a target service to
invoke! targetService is null
Code 0 Subcode 0
could you tell what is the probable problem with this... and the solution as
Try to submit the jobs directly to globus, i.e., using globusrun-ws.
If there is any problem, that, and the globus logs, should tell you
what's not working.
Diego Bello Carreño
Estudiante Memorista de Ingeniería Civil Informática
UTFSM, Valparaíso, Chile
Usuario #294897 counter.li.org