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Re: [Condor-users] Make sure you have CONFIG access to the target Master.

On Nov 12, 2008, at 9:04 AM, Alas, Alex [FEDI] wrote:

Hello to all,
I am trying to configure CredD for windows in my condor pool. So far I only have 2 execute/submit computers and one central manager so in total 3 systems in my condor pool. Following a tutorial I found from Greg Quinn, I configured CredD. My central manager is configured to act as the CredD host. When I was trying to set the pool password, I had a problem in one of the systems, the error coming back is the subject of this e-mail: Make sure you have CONFIG access to the target Master. When checking the Masterlog file I found other errors: 11/11 16:41:18 attempt to connect to <10.xxx.xx.xx6:9618> failed: connect errno = 10061 connection refused Searching for the error messages, I found a post where they recommend to use the following command: condor_config_val COLLECTOR_HOST, when I ran it on the troubled computer, it came back with the right system name: computername.domain.com At this point I don’t know where and how to troubleshoot this issue, if someone has any suggestions they are welcome,
Thanks in advance for your help.

Alex Alas
Systems Administrator

Hi Alex,

I'm not sure exactly what tutorial you're working from but I think you may need to modify your config so that condor_store_cred can access condor_master. If your configuration requires password authentication, but the pool password isn't set yet, the attempt to authenticate fails.

If this is the problem, one way of enabling this is to let interactive users authenticate using NTSSPI; another is to temporarily modify the authentication methods list to include FS until after you've set the password.

Let me know if you'd like more detail.



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