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Re: [Condor-users] better-analyze not available?
- Date: Wed, 07 May 2008 15:59:30 -0500
- From: Robert Rati <rrati@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [Condor-users] better-analyze not available?
Actually, the problem comes in during the build, so if you build on a
RHEL5/Centos5 system then the resulting build won't have the
better-analyze option available. However, if you install a pre-built
RHEL3 version of condor you should be have it available. The pre-built
condor binaries contain all dependencies needed to run condor, so they
can really be run on just about any Linux distribution/version.
As to whether or not it will cleanly install over what you already have
installed, I'm not sure because I'm not sure how you built condor. If
you are installing a pre-built RHEL3 on top of a pre-built RHEL5, then
there shouldn't be any problems. It never hurts to backup a
configuration before an install just to be safe though.
Ian Stokes-Rees wrote:
Robert Rati wrote:
What platform of condor did you download/build? RHEL5?
Yes, RHEL5. I am running CentOS5.
better-analyze requires the new classad library, which is currently only
supported on i386 and x86_64 architectures with glibc version 2.3.
RHEL5 has glibc 2.5, so condor packages built on RHEL5 will not have
-better-analyze support. If you install the RHEL3 build, you should
have support for -better-analyze.
So you're saying I can download, compile, and install the RHEL3 version
even though I'm running CentOS5 (RHEL5-equivalent)? Will this "cleanly"
install over top of my current Condor installation, or will I have to
manually backup and restore my configuration?
Are there any disadvantages of using the RHEL3 version instead of RHEL5?