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[Condor-users] Error when setting Pool Password on Processing Node
- Date: Mon, 1 Nov 2010 16:00:39 -0400
- From: Derrick Karimi <derrick.karimi@xxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: [Condor-users] Error when setting Pool Password on Processing Node
Hello, I am new to Condor. I have set up two pools and two different networks, and they are working fine. Using these configuration files (processing nodes, submitters, and the pool manager) I attempted to set up another pool on a third network. On this third attempt I am having some problems.
I was able to set up the pool manager and the submitting machine. I was also able to set up one processing machine, configured for 2 nodes. All of this works. The trouble comes when I try to add more processing machines. I have tried with 3 different computers, all of them very similar (same OS) as the one processing machine I have that is working. I use the same configuration files which seem proven to work.
All machine's are Windows XP except pool manager runs Server 2003. I have turned off all of the windows firewalls.
When I try to add a new machine to the pool, I get a failure when setting the pool password with
condor_store_cred add -p
The debugging output of the command looks like this:
STORE_CRED: In mode 'add'
condor_read():recv() returned -1 errno 10053, assuming failure reading 21 bytes from <xxx.xxx.x.x:104>
IO: Failed to read Packet header
store_cred failed to recv answer
Make sure you have CONFIG access to the Target Master
I have in the config of the processing node:
HOSTALLOW_WRITE = *
ALLOW_READ = *
ALLOW_WRITE = *
ALLOW_CONFIG = *.$(UID_DOMAIN)
I also tried setting this on all of the machines, the results are the same
ALLOW_CONFIG = *
Does anyone have any suggestions?