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Re: [Condor-users] Error when setting Pool Password on Processing Node

Thank you for the response.

I tied your suggestion, the results appear to be the same.  I do not understand why. The condor_stor_cred add -c -d alternates betwen 3 or so different debugging outputs when I run it, one I have listed in my original email.  It always reports:

Operation Failed
     Make sure you have CONFIG access to the Target Mas

One of the variants of the -d output from condor_Store_cred looked like this

STORE_CRED: In mode 'add'
IPVERIFY: unable to resolve IP address of mypoolmanager.mydommain
IPVERIFY: unable to resolve IP address of mypoolmanager.mydommain
store_cred: failed to recv answer

The other variant of the -d output is nothing, just the Operation Failed Message

I have been looking in the credd log on the pool manager for some hints, I think some part of interest looks like this:

Calculating hkt 'condor_pool@mydimain (24) 'condor_pool@mydomain'
ServerSend 'condor_pool@mydomain 
PW: Server receiving 2
Error from client
AUTHENTICATE method 512 (PASSWORD) failed

(I have to transcribe on paper and retype these logs by hand due to forces beyond my control, and can provide more detail if needed)

I have run a simple chat program on the port that they list and it works, I don't think there should be a problem with network access, but it seems to consistently complain about that.

Any other ideas?

On Wed, Nov 3, 2010 at 10:59 AM, Ian Chesal <ichesal@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Wed, Nov 3, 2010 at 10:51 AM, Derrick Karimi <derrick.karimi@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Does anyone have any ideas why I can't add more than one machine to this pool?  Is this the proper forum for this kind of question?

The machine has to be running a condor_schedd daemon when you run condor_store_credd -- is it? The output makes it look like it is not. Even you don't intend to use this machine to queue jobs, you need to run a schedd, store the credentials, then shut the schedd down.

- Ian

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