Hi, I have Condor 6.8.2 (32-bit)
installed from a VDT/OSG distribution for a small 12 node test
cluster. I have also installed the OGCE portal framework
(Tomcat/Gridsphere + associated portlets). I am getting the same error
that a few other users have had:|
in portlet: condor-job-submission#condor-job-submission
Calling action performed on org.gridlab.gridsphere.layout.PortletFrame:
968751 [http-8080-Processor25] (PortletInvoker.java:203) DEBUG org.gridlab.gridsphere.portletcontainer.PortletInvoker - in actionPerformed condor-job-submission#condor-job-submission
remote Address: 188.8.131.52
java.rmi.RemoteException: Permission denied
I have in my condor_config file:
ENABLE_SOAP = TRUE
ALLOW_SOAP = */*
ALLOW_READ = *
ALLOW_WRITE = *
ENABLE_WEB_SERVER = TRUE
1/16 18:28:23 Received HTTP POST connection from <10.0.10.20:57812>
1/16 18:28:23 About to serve HTTP request...
1/16 18:28:23 Got QUERY_SCHEDD_ADS
1/16 18:28:23 (Sending 1 ads in response to query)
1/16 18:28:23 Completed servicing HTTP request
1/16 18:28:31 DC_AUTHENTICATE: attempt to open invalid session hpc:26476:1200524910:31, failing.
1/16 18:28:33 DC_AUTHENTICATE: attempt to open invalid session hpc:26476:1200524913:32, failing.
which I'm guessing will tell someone more knowledgeable than me what is going wrong, or at least a pointer in the right direction. The only hint I could find was that this could be from a bad restart of Condor. How do I do a clean restart? I'm doing "$ service condor stop; service condor start" right now.
I've also discovered that NTP is misconfigured, and this machine thinks it is +6 minutes in the future.
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