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Re: [Condor-users] Nodes blocked in 'Matched' state

Make sure your Schedd & Startds all have write permissions to each other, e.g. (simplest example) using hostallow_write.



user790 user790 wrote:
I spotted this in the StartLog of the client:

DaemonCode: PERMISSION DENIED to unkown user from host
<xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:1245> from command 442 (REQUEST_CLAIM), access level DAEMON
which is probably related to my error. Again, from what I looked up, this
could be related to a missing or wrong credential, but I guess it is not the
case here, 'condor_store_cred query' returns successfully on both server and


2008/12/17 user790 user790 <user790@xxxxxxxxx>


I am new to Condor. I installed it without problems on two different
computers running Windows XP. I intend to use it to run uninstrumented jobs
in the vanilla universe. To test it I therefore wrote a simple batch file as
a job that would wait for 30 seconds then print out stuff. My submission
file looks like this:

executable = foo.bat
universe  = vanilla
log       = foo.log
output    = foo.out.$(Process)
error     = foo.error.$(Process)
should_transfer_files = YES
when_to_transfer_output = ON_EXIT
queue 10
However, when submitting this, jobs remain idle. Unclaimed processors
switch to "Matched" state for a minute or two, then switch back to
unclaimed. I have read somewhere that this could happen when
condor_store_cred add has not been run, but I have run it on both computers.

Any help deeply appreciated!




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