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Re: [Condor-users] IP resolution problem: /etc/hostscontains

I thought that "hostname.domainname" is the name resolution entry for
the collector. It seems that this is just for the local host. Then, it
is not an error.

Maybe condor binds connecting (or sending) sockets to because
of this entry. I remember that there is an option to bind sockets to
INADDR_ANY (????) That may help...

-----Original Message-----
From: Kurt De Grave [mailto:Kurt.DeGrave@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Friday, August 10, 2007 9:58 AM
To: Condor-Users Mail List
Subject: Re: [Condor-users] IP resolution problem: /etc/hostscontains


Son, Sonny wrote:
>>       hostname.domainname. Hostname
> Is "hostname.domainname" the same machine as the machine that has this

> line in /etc/hosts?


> If not, this line seems to be an error. is reserved for 
> local host communication. IP routing routine will choose loopback as 
> the outgoing interface. So, we may not reach the collector...

It may be an error in some sense, but it seems to be the default
configuration in recent Debian and Ubuntu versions.

And indeed, the collector does not report any contact from these
machines in its logs.

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