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Re: [Condor-users] problem submitting jobs with birdbath/axis

Hi Ian!

Unfortunately I don't have access to a PC running other than Windoze so
-better_analyze is not an option for me.
In the shadow log I have the following message:

D:\tmp\tmp>tail \condor\log\ShadowLog
5/22 08:13:05 Using config source: D:\condor\condor_config
5/22 08:13:05 Using local config sources:
5/22 08:13:05    D:\condor/condor_config.local
5/22 08:13:05 DaemonCore: Command Socket at <>
5/22 08:13:05 Initializing a VANILLA shadow for job 165.0
5/22 08:13:05 (165.0) (3680): ERROR: Could not locate valid credential
for user 'sta52341@'
5/22 08:13:05 (165.0) (3680): init_user_ids() failed!
5/22 08:13:05 (165.0) (3680): ERROR: Could not locate valid credential
for user 'sta52341@'
5/22 08:13:05 (165.0) (3680): init_user_ids() failed!
5/22 08:13:05 (165.0) (3680): ERROR "set_user_priv() failed!" at line
522 in file ..\src\condor_c++_util\uids.C

After some investigations I found out that I needed to set NTDomain to
our local domain.
Also, I had to add schedd.requestReschedule() after commiting the

Now everything works just fine, except for one more glitch:

I instruct Condor to redirect STDIO to file 'D:\tmp\tmp\out' and STDERR
to file ''D:\tmp\tmp\err' and use ''D:\tmp\tmp\log' as log file.
File ''D:\tmp\tmp\log' is updated correctly but err and out are not
transferred to D:\tmp\tmp as instructed. Instead, they are left in the
job's spool directory.

Any idea how to fix this problem?

Bogdan Staicu
R&D Hardware Engineer - JDS Uniphase
613-599-4069 ext. 309

-----Original Message-----
From: condor-users-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx
[mailto:condor-users-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Ian Chesal
Sent: Wednesday, May 21, 2008 6:07 PM
To: Condor-Users Mail List
Subject: Re: [Condor-users] problem submitting jobs with birdbath/axis

Hey Bogdan,

> D:\condor\log>condor_q 132 -analyze

Ugh. I forgot how cryptic -analyze output can be. No chance you've got
your schedd running on a Linux machine can use -better-anlyze instead?
It is, obviously, better at analyzing requirement matching issues. :)

What's the Start attribute on your execute node look like?

- Ian

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