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Re: [Condor-users] REQUIRE_LOCAL_CONFIG_FILE = False usage problem
- Date: Mon, 30 Aug 2010 10:24:30 -0500
- From: Todd Tannenbaum <tannenba@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [Condor-users] REQUIRE_LOCAL_CONFIG_FILE = False usage problem
I am using Condor v7.2.4, Windows, and I am testing
REQUIRE_LOCAL_CONFIG_FILE = False.
I am trying to define a default configuration file in a shared
filesystem while a host specific config file does not exist, both files
referenced in the host local config file.
When local Config file is as follow:
myshareserver = SMBSJK21
REQUIRE_LOCAL_CONFIG_FILE = False
LOCAL_CONFIG_FILE = \
and the last referenced file does not exist, Condor does not start
because it could not find that file.
When I execute any Condor command they give an error message saying that
that file was not found.
ERROR: Can't read config source
REQUIRE_LOCAL_CONFIG_FILE is supposed to avoid this problem, correct?!
How could I fix it?
FWIW, I just tried to reproduce the problem you describe above (albeit
using a more current release of Condor), and failed to do so.
REQUIRE_LOCAL_CONFIG_FILE worked as expected w/ Condor v7.5.x, and
nothing in the version history or source repository lead me to think
there was some bug with this functionality back w/ v7.2.x.
Are you sure the primary config file on the machine were you ran
condor_status has "REQUIRE_LOCAL_CONFIG_FILE = False" ? I.e. you didn't
just make this edit on the config file on your central manager?