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Re: [Condor-users] Problem with Java Universe

Dear Greg

Fixed : The Condor fix of spaces in paths for the Java variable was interfering with my old fix of using quotes from many moons ago.


I have just run up a clean installation and StarterLog contains the following.  

04/28 13:17:28 Locale: English_United States.1252
04/28 13:17:28 my_popen: CreateProcess failed
04/28 13:17:28 JavaDetect: failed to execute "C:\Program' 'Files\Java\jre1.6.0_05\bin\java.exe" -classpath C:\Condor/lib;C:\Condor/lib/scimark2lib.jar;. CondorJavaInfo old 2

I can confirm that the files are there, will the different direction of \ on windows make a difference ?

Then I tried running condor_starter -classad and I get the following.

C:\Condor\bin>condor_starter.exe -classad
CondorVersion = "$CondorVersion: 7.4.2 Mar 30 2010 BuildID: 227044 $"
IsDaemonCore = True
HasFileTransfer = True
HasPerFileEncryption = True
HasReconnect = True
HasMPI = True
HasTDP = True
HasJobDeferral = True
HasJICLocalConfig = True
HasJICLocalStdin = True
HasVM = True
HasWindowsRunAsOwner = True

Is it anything to do with a possible fix (memory a bit fuzzy here) regards fixing a problem with spaces in the JAVA configuration value that my original fix from ages ago to use quotes has broken it ?  Trying that now...

And now the StarterLog contains the following.  

04/28 13:24:21 Locale: English_United States.1252

And I can now see the machine when I run condor_status -java

So to summarise at the top...

Best regards


condor-users-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx wrote on 27/04/2010 17:37:54:

> From:

> Greg Thain <gthain@xxxxxxxxxxx>

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> 27/04/2010 17:39

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> Re: [Condor-users] Problem with Java Universe

> James:
> When the condor_startd first starts up, it runs
> condor_starter -classad
> and the starter emits a classad that describes features that it can
> execute.  One of these features is Java, so when you run condor_starter
> -classad, it tries to run a simple java benchmark.  If it can't, then it
> won't advertise that this starter (and thus this startd) can run Java
> programs, and nothing will show up when you run condor_status -java.  Is
> there anything in the StarterLog about java when you run condor_starter
> -classad by hand?
> -greg
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