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Re: [HTCondor-users] Don't understand HoldReason msg

I am probably not helping matters. In your config file (I call it the global config, but it resides on the master or in my case a file share) the LOCAL_CREDD should specify the server where the cred daemon is running. Usually this is the central manager. For example, your config will contain:



Maybe fix this first and then try again. Hopefully someone with more expertise can chime in as well because I am not sure why this is not working for you.


The HOSTALLOW_ADMINISTRATOR, I believe, can also be written as ALLOW_ADMINISTRATOR. I do not think it matters in this case because I then set ALLOW_CONFIG = $( ALLOW_ADMINISTRATOR), condor_pool@gs.*/$(CONDOR_HOST), odonnellm@*/*,  …


It seems like you have a similar set up so maybe correct the LOCAL_CREDD and keep your fingers crossed—let me know how this goes.




From: htcondor-users-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:htcondor-users-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Ralph Finch
Sent: Tuesday, January 15, 2013 3:47 PM
To: HTCondor-Users Mail List
Subject: Re: [HTCondor-users] Don't understand HoldReason msg


We have


set on all machines, I think that's what you meant? delta-mod is our CM, BDOMO-002 is my machine.

Now I'm getting this odd behavior:

When I run condor_store_cred add -c -n <machine name> –p <pool password>

in a script over all machines, some work, and some don't. But then when I run

condor_status -f "%s\t" Name -f "%s\n" ifThenElse(isUndefined(LocalCredd),\"UNDEF\",LocalCredd)

all machines are now undefined.

I'm more than a little confused by the condor manual in this regards. For instance, it says

"The LOCAL_CREDD variable must be customized to point to the machine hosting the condor_credd"

but neither the manual nor the sample CREDD file explicitly set this variable; I assume it's set when CRED runs. Also somewhat uncertain still about which lines are needed only in the CM condor_config file, and which lines are needed by all machines.


On Tue, Jan 15, 2013 at 12:03 PM, Michael O'Donnell <odonnellm@xxxxxxxx> wrote:

ALLOW_ADMINISTRATOR = Administrator@*, rfinch@*