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Re: [Condor-users] "Job disconnected" error


I had the same output file, I have resolved this problem. The problem
was I sent a .exe file as executable and I have made a .bat executable
where I call the exe executable. 

>>> simon kagwe <simonkagwe@xxxxxxxxx> 11/05/2007 11:00 >>>

I am submitting a job from the central manager of a pool of 5 machines
2000 machines with Condor 6.8.4, Universe = vanilla]. I keep getting
the "job
disconnected" error even when the job is being executed on the same
where it has been submitted. How can that happen? How can 108 bytes be
by the job, yet it is disconnected? Will someone please help me
understand what
is going on? I asked a similar question earlier but the answer I got
solve the problem. Neither did answers from the archives.

(NB: For some reason, my condor_config.local files on all machines are
empty by
default after installation. Are they supposed to be like that?)

The log file contains:

000 (005.000.000) 05/11 11:39:14 Job submitted from host:
001 (005.000.000) 05/11 12:29:54 Job executing on host:
007 (005.000.000) 05/11 12:29:59 Shadow exception!
	Error from starter on lab121machine7.icsdomain.uonbi.ac.ke:
Create_Process(C:\condor\execute\dir_3308\condor_exec.exe,, ...)
	0  -  Run Bytes Sent By Job
	108  -  Run Bytes Received By Job
001 (005.000.000) 05/11 12:30:26 Job executing on host:
022 (005.000.000) 05/11 12:30:27 Job disconnected, attempting to
    Socket between submit and execute hosts closed unexpectedly
    Trying to reconnect to lab121machine7.icsdomain.uonbi.ac.ke
024 (005.000.000) 05/11 12:30:36 Job reconnection failed
    Job not found at execution machine
    Can not reconnect to lab121machine7.icsdomain.uonbi.ac.ke,
rescheduling job

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