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Re: [Condor-users] Flocking
- Date: Wed, 01 Aug 2007 09:40:31 -0500
- From: Todd Tannenbaum <tannenba@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [Condor-users] Flocking
georgios skikos wrote:
Im trying to do flocking on VMware using condor 6.8.5. i followed the
instructions which is on condor web page. All the deamons in both pc are
running. I m using the command condor_submit -pool "name" -name "schedd"
submitfile.sub" and the command: condor_submit -remote "name"
-pool"name" submitfile.sub. The results are the same:
ERROR: Failed to set Owner="Administrator" for job 42.0 (0)
ERROR: Failed to queue job.
Without thinking hard about it, a quick idea:
Usually the above error happens when condor_submit tells the
condor_schedd daemons "I am user X", but the condor_schedd authenticates
the connection (via NTML/LanManager by default on Win32) and thinks that
condor_submit is being run by user Y. Thus it throws an error cuz
something fishy is going on.
Try adding the following to your job submit file:
+Owner = UNDEFINED
and then submit the job again. This will tell the condor_schedd to set
the owner to whoever it authenticates the connection as.
Another idea: don't run condor_submit as user "administrator" or "local
system". Run it as a "normal user" (but one in the administrator group
is ok). This "normal user" should have an account on both machines with
the same login/password.
Hope the above helps,