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Re: [Condor-users] condor 6.8.8, 32 and 64 bits

Hi Nicolas-- I have a mixed cluster of X86_64 linux and INTEL (x86)
linux. I do it by using the rpm and installing the appropriate
binaries I need on each node.
As mentioned previously you may want to change the
APPEND_REQUIREMENTS on the config file of the machine that
runs your schedd otherwise it will make requirements that will only
allow it to run on the same architecture from which it was submitted.

Steve Timm

On Tue, 16 Jan 2007, Nicolas GUIOT wrote:


Until now, I had condor 6.7.x, and the same binaries were used for 32 and 64 bits cpu. So I had setup all my lab so that each computer uses the binaires through NFS :


Now, I would like to use 6.8.3. On the downlaod page, I found 3 packages : Itanium, Opteron and Intel x86.
When I see the file names, it seems the good packages are intel_x86 for my 32 bits, and Opteron for the 64 bits (I have debian machine, with "classical" kernel for 32 bits, and amd64 kernel for the 64 bits).

So, now I have everything, here is the question : is it possible to have the same exported variables (PATH and CONDOR_CONFIG) for 32 and 64 bits, then, according to the CPU type, it will "choose" the correct directory ?

Did someone already made a mix of both technologies ? how did you do that ?

Thanks in advance

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