many thanks for the advices! I am afraid an http server such as an S3 is beyond our scope (and budget) at the moment. We would prefer something more simple since the gear is already installed and I wouldn’t want to get the university’s network people involved at this stage. There must be a simpler way to get this done given our set up - its just a matter of changing condor’s config file to read and write the spool and log files on the network drive. So frustrating because it worked for some time and now I can’t even figure out why it doesn’t!
We were planning on attempting something similar, but we think we found a better solution:
We use HTTP servers as our "spool" and use a modified curl plugin. We can send you the source if you'd like, but since we use S3, I'm not sure how much it would help you. Apache or nginx as your HTTP server and the curl plugin that comes with condor will definitely take a lot of load off of your submit machines.
On Thu, Mar 28, 2013 at 1:11 PM, Antonis Sergis <sergis_antonis@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
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