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Re: [Condor-users] Earlier problem and defining Condor_Collector

For some reason it did not add STARTD to the dameon list when I ran the install script with the correct option for a central manager that would submit and execute. I can;t belief that I missed it as many times as I read over the condor_config files. I added it manually and it works so far. i off to more execute machines.


----- Original Message -----
From: "hailong.yang1115" <hailong.yang1115@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Saturday, November 14, 2009 1:30 am
Subject: Re: [Condor-users] Earlier problem and defining Condor_Collector
To: Condor-Users Mail List <condor-users@xxxxxxxxxxx>

> Hi Charles,
> I don't quite understand what you mean you couldn't see condor_collector daemon. Have you tried "ps -ef | grep condor"  to see if the condor_collector daemon is running on your central manager? 
> I guess what you mean defining condor_collector or condor_negotiator is that you want to run these daemons on a different machine instead of your central manager. Is that right? If so, you can add or delete the definition in the condor_config.local file on the macro "DAEMON_LIST", which has five options including "COLLECTOR", "MASTER", "NEGOTIATOR", "SCHEDD" and "STARTD". So you can choose which daemons to run on your machine.
> If still anything goes wrong, please check the log files under the $CONDOR_HOME/local.$HOSTNAME/log directory. Detailed information about your problem may help a lot.
> Good luck.
> -Hailong
> 2009-11-14

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> 发件人: Charles Embry
> 发送时间: 2009-11-14  06:31:15
> 收件人: condor-users
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> 主题: [Condor-users] Earlier problem and defining Condor_Collector
> I been working on the problem I posted earlier all this afternoon and going through my local and global config files. I noticed that Condor_collector and Condor_negotiator are not defined anywhere in those files and when I run condor_status -any I never see condor_collector displayed but the other three daemons do. WHere should it be defined? I assume it will be CONDOR_COLLECTOR = $(CONDOR_HOST) and CONDOR_NEGORIATOR = $(CONDOR_HOST) but which config file or is it somewhere else?
> I am trying to get this central manager to submit and execute before I add more machines to the pool and I am using 7.2.4. And when i ran condor_master instead of condor_restart like recommended by earlier uses in my previous question I get the same results, a blank answer.
> Thanks for any help

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