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Re: [Condor-users] Virtual Machine universe: hands-on examples?
- Date: Mon, 22 Oct 2012 07:33:28 +0000
- From: Ian Cottam <Ian.Cottam@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [Condor-users] Virtual Machine universe: hands-on examples?
I've used POVB <http://sourceforge.net/apps/trac/poolsofvirtualb/>
successfully, as no doubt have many others.
the only problem I have is when Windows PCs 'go away' due to PowerMAN
power saving features.
Condor 7.8 has changed a little how this is handled, so I may try it again
when I have time.
On 22/10/2012 07:21, "Rob" <spamrefuse@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>When I started to experiment with Condor some 2 years back,
>VMWare was THE way to go with Condor.
>At the time I did some tests and VM universe kind of worked,
>although VMWare was a pain.....meanwhile VirtualBox and
>others seem to have replaced VMWare, due to their more
>convenient interface. And of course the progress that has been
>made in Virtual Machining......
>However, now I'm puzzled what to do with Condor.
>Using Virtual Machines is tricky; 2 years ago it took me a while to
>get an example working with VMWare only after I saw a completely
>worked out example of how to actually do it.
>Condor also seems to have moved on and now supports something
>like libvirt. Doesn't it? But then: how does this work?
>Say, I have a Condor master PC (linux with VirtualBox) and a bunch of
>Windows pool PCs with VirtualBox installed. How can I then tell Condor
>to run a VM job? Are there any detailed examples, that tell step-by-step
>how such things should be done?
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