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Re: [Condor-users] Grid jobs not starting after upgrade

Hi Steve,

sorry for the late reply - I was ill yesterday and couldn't follow up on this.

Am 20.06.2012 um 16:23 schrieb Steven Timm:

> Hi Torsten--where did you get the condor 7.8.1 from, it makes
> a difference.  Some distros (Fedora-like) don't have the CREAM support and some of the other grid universe types built in.  If you got it
> from the condor web site you should be OK.

it came out of the Condor repository

[root@pilot ~]# cat /etc/yum.repos.d/condor-development-rhel5.repo 
name=Condor Development RPM Repository for Redhat Enterprise Linux 5
[root@pilot ~]# 

But I downloaded now the RPM from the web and replaced it with that one - just in case.

> In the condor 7.8.x distribution  there are some globus libraries
> that come with that condor, and those are the ones that condor is
> expecting to have.  It may be difficult to get them in the LD_LIBRARY_PATH
> ahead of the ones that gLite is inserting in the system PATH but that is what you need to do.  In the RPM version of condor they are in
> /usr/lib64/condor, in the tarball they are probably under the lib directory.

that was the hint I needed!!

As I only have one "non-condor" user, I could get around with adding this to /etc/profile.d/grid-env.sh:

if [ X`/usr/bin/id -u` != X500 ]; then
gridpath_prepend     "LD_LIBRARY_PATH" "/usr/lib64/condor"

as the last entry of the "LD_LIBRARY_PATH" list (id 500 is the "pilot" user, which needs for example a running voms-proxy-init).

Thanks a lot for your help, everything seems to work now.

Best regards,


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