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Re: [Condor-users] not able to see all the processes

would like to put whole picture of what i have done......so that u can give a CLEAN HELP
i have with me two windows xp boxes and a two red hat boxes......the hostnames are

1.  - perfcoewxp4(hostname)

2.  - perfcoewxp5

3.  - perfcoelnx3

4. – perfcoelnx4

I tried to create a pool. I have taken perfcoelnx3 as the manager and installed condor using condor-install. I went through all the steps and got the message that its installed and then i executed condor_master to run the deamons.....that is where i am and i saw  
condor    7021  7020  0 13:08 ?        00:00:05 condor_startd -f
>condor    7022  7020  0 13:08 ?        00:00:00 condor_schedd -f
these two processes running on perfcoelnx3. then i changed the daemon list in the condor_config.local in home/condor/ to DAEMON_LIST = MASTER, STARTD, SCHEDD,NEGOTIATOR,COLLECTOR   and as todd said i gave a condor_restart also....but still i see the same process....
I have not done condor_reconfig....i jus have changed the demon lisst and gave a restart....do i have do a reconfig and restart again??
Also what about the other machines.....do i have to install condor on them also....
My aim is to make perfcoelnx3 as the manager,exec,submit and rest of the three machines as exec,submit......
I think i have given a clear picture of where i am ....need some help and clarification.......


On 19 May 2007 08:15:00 -0500, Todd Tannenbaum <tannenba@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
95% of the config parameters can be changed "on the fly" by running condor_reconfig.  Unfortunately, iirc, DAEMON_LIST changes have no impact with just a condor_reconfig.  After you change DAEMON_LIST, you need to run condor_restart.


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>i have changed the daemon list in the condor_config.local in home/condor/ to DAEMON_LIST = MASTER, STARTD, SCHEDD,NEGOTIATOR,COLLECTOR.....even then i am able to see only in the ps -ef| grep condor_
>condor    7021  7020  0 13:08 ?        00:00:05 condor_startd -f
>condor    7022  7020  0 13:08 ?        00:00:00 condor_schedd -f

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