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Re: [Condor-users] Condor Grid?

Hello Edier,

Yes, you can flock between them.  Using the CCB since the worker nodes are behind firewalls.  This is of course assuming both clusters run condor.


It should be noted that when using the CCB, a good rule is to have the schedd on the public network, and the worker nodes on the private.  

Globus is a solution if the clusters run non-condor, or if they run different batch schedulers.  But if they both run condor daemons, it is much simpler to setup a condor grid of flocking.

Derek Weitzel
Graduate Research Assistant
University of Nebraska Holland Computing Center

On Nov 10, 2010, at 6:24 PM, Edier Alberto Zapata Hernández wrote:

> Good night,
>  At the moment, we have 2 clusters(pools) very far one from another (different cities) and both behind firewalls.
>  We want to know if there's someway using ONLY condor to join both cluster like using Flock to join pools inside one institution.
> I'd hear that Globus maybe do that, but I have never used it.
> Thank you very much.
> ----
> Edier Alberto Zapata Hernández
> Est. Ingeniería de Sistemas
> Universidad de Valle
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