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Re: [Condor-users] Not updating VM_Guest_IP and Mac by STARTD ClassAds
- Date: Thu, 5 Feb 2009 09:38:16 -0800
- From: Jaeyoung Yoon <jaeyoungyoon@xxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [Condor-users] Not updating VM_Guest_IP and Mac by STARTD ClassAds
Did you install VMware tool inside the VM?
Basically, VMware VM Universe is trying to get IP from VMware tool.
However if you don't want to install VMware tool inside a VM and you
are using NAT dhcp, you can get the IP from VMware dhcpd lease file
as well. If you want to know how to use VMware dhcp lease file to get
IP address, you need to modify condor_vm_vmware.pl. You can find the
location you need to modify in the file through searching
On Thu, Feb 5, 2009 at 8:00 AM, Johnson koil Raj <johnson.raj@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> A VM job is running good and it got IP from DHCP. The starter Log
> updates the IP correctly,
> but STATRD ClassAds is not update . So Condor_status -l <hostName> doesn't
> have this value.
> only it have VM_Guest_Mem.
> In StarterLog
> 2/5 21:23:14 VMGAHP <- 'CONDOR_VM_STATUS 12 1'
> 2/5 21:23:15 VMGAHP -> 'S'
> 2/5 21:23:16 VMGAHP <- 'RESULTS'
> 2/5 21:23:17 VMGAHP -> 'R'
> 2/5 21:23:17 VMGAHP -> 'S' '1'
> 2/5 21:23:17 VMGAHP -> '12' '0' 'MAC=00:0c:29:eb:ab:3b'
> 'IP=10.201.49.47' 'STATUS=Running' 'PID=26623'
> 2/5 21:23:17 Virtual machine status is Running
> Why Starter didn't update that parameters.
> help me in this issue.
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