Thanks for your suggestions Ian and Michael!
The credential was now successfully stored in the central
manager but I am still getting the same error message in the execute machine (I
am just setting up a simple condor pool with 2 machines for the moment).
I have another question.
I have configured the central manager so that it should be able
to both submit and execute jobs (START = TRUE).
But when I submit a job the central manager does not execute it.
My “run.sub” file looks like this,
universe = vanilla
environment = path=C:\Windows;C:\Windows\System32
transfer_executable = true
requirements = LoadAvg < 0.3
executable = Run.bat
log = Run_condor.log
output = Run_condor.out
error = Run_condor.err
What should happen when doing “condor_submit run.sub”?
Is the job only queued or should it also be executed?
Condor_status gives the following,
Name OpSys Arch State Activity LoadAv
O2F-sth-LAP-002.un WINNT51 INTEL Unclaimed Idle 0.000
Total Owner Claimed Unclaimed Matched
INTEL/WINNT51 1 0 0 1
0 0 0
Total 1 0 0 1
0 0 0
O2F-sth-LAP-002.un is not the central manager but the other
machine that I am trying to add to the pool.
It is listed by condor_status although condor_store_cred still
gives the answer
Make sure your ALLOW_WRITE setting includes
The activity status is “unclaimed”.
What do this mean?
Should the central manager also be listed in the condor_status since it is also
an execute machine?
[mailto:condor-users-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx] För Michael O'Donnell
Skickat: den 2 september 2010 16:29
Till: Condor-Users Mail List
Ämne: Re: [Condor-users] Store a credential for a condor user
might also check your configuration settings for the cred security (e.g.,
CREDD.SEC_DEFAULT_AUTHENTICATION and others) and verify your settings are
correct for LOCAL_CREDD,. CREDD_HOST, CREDD_CACHE_LOCALLY.
Store a credential for a condor user
I am trying
to store the credentials for the users of a condor pool by using the command
I get the
following error message,
Make sure your ALLOW_WRITE setting includes this host.
“condor_config_val ALLOW_WRITE” gives the following output
When running condor_submit
I get the following error message,
No credential stored for o2f_sonlil@HO
Correct this by running:
It seems that
the job I am trying to run requires that the condor users have stored
credentials but I am not able to store them.
suggestions for how to solve this problem?
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