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Re: [Condor-users] parallel universe and sshd.sh

Hi all

I'm coming back on this issue.

In the sshd.sh script I have by default (6.7.18, yeah I know, I plan to upgarde soon...), this line is already replaced with 

	if grep "Server listening" sshd.out > /dev/null 2>&1

But I still have a problem, and very strange things : 
- First, I had to modify the sshd command line, since I'm in debian stable, and sshd is only 3.8.x, and doesn't understand  "-oAcceptEnv" , so I removed it : Maybe it's the reason to my problem (if so, do you know a way to workaround this ?)

- Then, when I submit the job, it says it's running (condor_q state is R), but when I check on the node, I have the following things : 

guiot@seurat:~/divers/MD$ tail -f /ibpc/charon/condor/execute/dir_28262/sshd.out
Disabling protocol version 1. Could not load host key
Bind to port 4465 on failed: Address already in use.
Cannot bind any address.

guiot@seurat:~/divers/MD$ tail -f /ibpc/charon/condor/execute/dir_28264/sshd.out 
Disabling protocol version 1. Could not load host key 
Server listening on port 4468.

So, as you can see : 1 of the process seems to be fine, and the other not, but in truth, if I check a "ps ax|grep sshd", I can see none of them running (or just the one trying to be created, which changes constantly)

#ps ax|grep sshd
  758 ?        Ss     0:03 /usr/sbin/sshd
10819 ?        Ss     0:00 sshd: root@pts/0
28727 ?        SN     0:00 /usr/sbin/sshd -p4474 -oAuthorizedKeysFile=/scratch/condor/execute/dir_28262/tmp/0.key.pub -h/scratch/condor/execute/dir_28262/tmp/hostkey -De -f/dev/null -oStrictModes=no -oPidFile=/dev/null

and if I check again for the process which was fine (tail sshd.out), it keeps telling me it's fine, but it's listening on a new port !!?!?!

So : Is this related to the changes I had to make (-oAcceptEnv), or is it something really apart ? What could I check to solve this ?

Thanks in advance

> Unfortunately the jobs starts 'running' but is blocked. For some reason 
> it starts some connections, but does not seem to recognize them (and 
> then try with a next new port, again and again). I tried to look at the 
> files and find out what might be the reason for this. In 
> /usr/local/condor/libexec/sshd.sh there is a line like this :
> 	if grep "^Server listening on port" sshd.out > /dev/null 2>&1
> I replaced this by :
> 	if grep "Server listening on :: port" sshd.out > /dev/null 2>&1
> Not sure at all if there was a typo, but I had the '^' this on the two 
> computers.

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