Ralph, is your admin account a domain account (e.g., active directory). If not the admin account has to be available on all machines. Also make sure you set ALLOW_ADMINISTRATOR = Administrator@*, rfinch@*.
Here is an excerpt from the condor manual:
If the administrative account is shared across all machines, that is if it is a domain account
or has the same password on all machines, logging in separately to each machine in the pool can be
avoided. Instead, the pool password can be securely pushed out for each Windows machine using a
command of the form
condor_store_cred add -c -n exec01.cs.wisc.edu
From: htcondor-users-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:htcondor-users-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Ralph Finch
I am making progress, the log file is now working, but I cannot get the command
to work except on the master machine. On other machines it says
I have the following in the condor_config of the master (with other CREDD lines, omitted here):
I tried running the condor_store_cred add -c -n <machine name> –p <pool password> command from a command window with Admin privs but that didn't help. Any ideas?
Calif. Dept. of Water Resources
On Tue, Jan 15, 2013 at 7:39 AM, Michael O'Donnell <odonnellm@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
User condor_pool is not an actual Windows user, right?
The condor_pool is not an active directory user. This is the condor pool user, which is used by the daemons to communicate between each other. The pool password is required if you require the password credentials. E.g., SEC_CLIENT_AUTHENTICATION_METHODS = NTSSPI, PASSWORD
condor_store_cred add -c -n <machine name> –p <pool password>
I generally script this based on a list of machines via Python, since our pool has 120 machines or so.
After running these commands you need to run a reconfig.