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Re: [Condor-users] Upgrade Advices

On Mon, Dec 13, 2010 at 6:01 AM, D.Yilmaz <d.yilmaz@xxxxxx> wrote:
> I have a condor cluster (V7.0.4) which includes ten execution computers that
> is 7/24 is busy and I rarely see some of them when they are iddle. I am
> thinking to gradually upgrade whole the system to version 7.4.4 but I have
> some questions at the moment.
> Is it possible, starting to upgrade any execution machine when it is iddle?
> I saw somewhere I should start to upgrade with Condor Central Manager first.
> Is this true?

Yes, when the execution computer is free. Kill all condor deamons and
then simply upgrade. I do this all the time. I have 7.2.x and 7.4.x
installed in my pool.

I am planning to upgrade my CM at the end (or never).

> Can it be a problem different version condor systems in a condor cluster?


> Which package best for the smooth upgrade? I am using CentOS 5, I guess I
> should use Redhat 5 dynamic package, I saw standard Redhat 5 package does
> not support upgrade option in V 7.4.4 manual. I am thinking compiling all
> the source code again may cause some other problems or conflicts.
I use the dynamic RHEL 5

> Thank you in advance and Best Regards,
> Dogan YILMAZ
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