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[Condor-users] Problem with tilde expansion, Condor user, etc.
- Date: Thu, 06 Oct 2011 12:24:16 +0100
- From: Angel de Vicente <angelv@xxxxxx>
- Subject: [Condor-users] Problem with tilde expansion, Condor user, etc.
a few years ago I posted the following message. At the time I didn't
find a solution, but rebooting a few machines was sufficient. This time
the same problem is showing up, but this time with a vengeance (an
increasing number of machines is being affected, and the problem appears
quite often: a user had to reboot the machines three times in two weeks
because of this), so I'm hoping I can solve it. Does anybody have any
suggestions/clues of what could be causing this behaviour?
Ángel de Vicente
> I am having a problem starting Condor in one of our machines. The
> setting is the same as in many other machines, Condor has been
> previously running in this one, and if I reboot the machine, then all is
> in order... (but rebooting is not an option now...)
> Basically if I try to start Condor, I get:
> [root@enigma ~]# /etc/init.d/condor start
> Starting up Condor
> Neither the environment variable CONDOR_CONFIG,
> /etc/condor/, nor ~condor/ contain a condor_config source.
> Either set CONDOR_CONFIG to point to a valid config source,
> or put a "condor_config" file in /etc/condor or ~condor/
> [root@enigma ~]#
> But the configuration file is in there:
> [root@enigma ~]# ls ~condor/condor_config
> I don't know what could be causing this behaviour. Any ideas/hints?
> (If I solve this manually, by setting CONDOR_CONFIG, then starting
> Condor complains about condor user not being in the passwd file, but
> that should be like that, as all users are authenticated by LDAP...)
> Ángel de Vicente
Ángel de Vicente