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Re: [Condor-users] Job requirements not satisfied even when Requirements = TRUE


If I understand you correctly, where our issues differ is that this occurs intermittently 
for you but occur constantly for us. I can't get a single job to run.


On Aug 31, 2011, at 8:05 PM, David J. Herzfeld wrote:

> Hi Garrett:
> On Thu, 2011-09-01 at 02:45 +0000, Koller, Garrett wrote:
>> Mr. Cafaro,
>> I'm confused.  I thought the problem was that the job kept being
>> rejected with the error "Job requirements not satisfied."  
> While I will not speak for Mark, I can speak for the issues that I have
> encountered (which appears to be at least superficially similar). Yes,
> the error you quoted is correct. To be clear -
> This happens after a successful negotiation and match with an available
> startd (i.e. the job requirements and machine start expression class ads
> match). The second requirements check, which happens on the execute
> machine, fails with "Job requirements not satisfied" (the error shows up
> in the startd log without ever spawning a starter) - this is not a
> negotiator error, so a condor_q -analyze would not help.
>> If that is so, how could it be matched in the MatchLog?  Was it just
>> considered in the MatchLog or was it actually assigned to a specific
>> slot on a specific computer?  If the MatchLog says it found a proper
>> match and actually assigned it to that computer, check out
>> http://servo.cs.wlu.edu/dokuwiki/doku.php/condor/submit/troubleshoot
>> for a possible reason and solution to this problem.
> The machines are matched correctly, but the initial execution of the job
> executable by the starter never occurs, so I don't believe the
> information in this page is relevant to this issue. Thanks for the
> suggestion in any case - this clarification would likely be important to
> any condor developers looking at this issue.
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