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Re: [Condor-users] Did something change in the 7.2.2 Windows release?- I can't see startds any more
- Date: Thu, 23 Apr 2009 12:38:48 -0400
- From: Ian Chesal <ICHESAL@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [Condor-users] Did something change in the 7.2.2 Windows release?- I can't see startds any more
> > Could you send a copy of the logs with the debug level set a little
> > higher? (For both the working machine, and the broken one.)
> > Also, is the
> > startd dropping a core file on the non-functional machine?
> Well, I have no explanation for this Ben.
> I checked Condor status and sure enough only the 7.2.2
> pre-release machine was showing up. I shut down Condor on
> both machines and wiped their log directories. Edited their
> machine config files to enable D_FULLDEBUG for their startd's
> and did a 'net start condor' on each machine.
> Both machines showed up in my collector view of the world.
> Shut them down. Wiped the log directories again. Reverted to
> D_COMMAND. Fired them up and...both of them are showing up in
> the collector view of the world.
> Here is the log file output, both with and without
> D_FULLDEBUG on, for you:
> These machines have essentially sat idle since the last time
> we talked. I have no explanation for the change in behaviour.
> - Ian
Well, appears I spoke too soon. My 7.2.2 official release machine has
disappeared (sj-bs3400-272). I'm grabbing logs -- unfortunately they
were running with D_COMMAND. I'll restart with D_FULLDEBUG and leave
them alone for a bit. Look for an update in about an hour.
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