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Re: [Condor-users] Getting started with 2 nodes

On Tue, Jun 12, 2012 at 04:32:20PM +0000, Rich Pieri wrote:
> On Jun 12, 2012, at 5:51 AM, Brian Candler wrote:
> > 06/11/12 17:33:45 PERMISSION DENIED to unauthenticated@unmapped from host for command 0 (UPDATE_STARTD_AD), access level ADVERTISE_STARTD: reason: cached result for ADVERTISE_STARTD; see first case for the full reason
> [snip]
> >    -- Submitter: dev-storage1.example.com : <> : dev-storage1.example.com
> You wrote that the IP address for the nodes are and .226 but
> the logs and condor_q output show and .2.  This may not be a
> Condor issue.  Recheck your network and firewall settings.  Check
> connectivity between nodes in both directions.  Make sure that you have
> the correct IP addresses in your DNS or hosts files.

OK, I will come clean :-)

There is a 10G point-to-point link between the two nodes as well. The ends
are numbered as and

/etc/hosts has:    dev-storage1    dev-storage2 dev-storage1.example.com dev-storage2.example.com

The nodes have dev-storage[12].example.com in /etc/hostname, and
CONDOR_HOST = dev-storage1.example.com
in condor_config.local, so I was hoping they'd talk to each other on their
10.26.1 addresses and be unaware of the point-to-point link.