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Re: [Condor-users] Collector (multi-tier) or different machine

I too would like to know but unfortunately I don't think its possible.

I don't think the collector is the problem in your situation. How many
machines are in your pool?  How many matches are occurring every X
minutes and how many free slots are available?

On Fri, Sep 17, 2010 at 10:35 AM, Michael O'Donnell <odonnellm@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Does anyone have any insight as to how one might configure a pool where the
> collector is located on a different server than that of the central manager.
> I am asking because we have expanded our pool and our server (2 CPUs--3GHs)
> is running at 80% CPU load. Any jobs that we submit are taking as long as 10
> hours before a match is found and the jobs run. The only thing I can think
> of is that the loading on the server is causing the problems, which has
> significantly increased after doubling the size of our pool.
> Our pool includes all windows systems, we have approximately 115 slots and
> we are using the strictest of security settings (SSL, authentication,
> encryption, authorization, integrity).
> I have read the wiki
> (https://condor-wiki.cs.wisc.edu/index.cgi/wiki?p=HowToConfigCollectors)
> about using milti-tier collectors, but for our system I think all I need to
> do is locate the collector on a different machine. I have set up the local
> configuration files so the COLLECTOR daemon is running on the second host,
> and the global config files specifies the host of the collector with
> COLLECTOR_HOST. The manual has no information on doing this, and I am not
> sure if the Collector daemon is required to run on the CM as well as the
> second host. After I made these changes, I can no longer query the machines
> in the pool.
> Thank you for your suggestions,
> Mike
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