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Re: [HTCondor-users] Failed to send REQUEST_CLAIM to startd

Thanks for the quick reply and awesomely clear explanation. I found that on helike Allow_Write had never been set. Fixed that, and bam. It works great. One more question, why did condor keep trying to send the job to helike not one of the other nodes?


Cody Belcher

On 05/15/2013 09:29 AM, Nathan Panike wrote:
When the schedd said "hey, I want to run a job", the startd said, "You
cannot run here".  So the schedd says the match is bad and deletes it,
so that it can try to match the job the next time it talks to the

You need to log into the helike.physics.tamu.edu machine, if possible,
and check the StartLog to see what the exact problem is on the execute
side. Otherwise, you will need to talk to the admin of that machine.

Nathan Panike

On Wed, May 15, 2013 at 09:13:14AM -0500, Cody Belcher wrote:
Can someone explain to me what this means and how to fix it? I've
been trying to figure out a relyable way to submit Mathematica jobs
to condor so that I can write a how to for my users, but the jobs
stay in idle state. I believe this is the reason why.

05/15/13 09:07:02 (pid:71980) Sent ad to central manager for
05/15/13 09:07:02 (pid:71980) Sent ad to 1 collectors for
05/15/13 09:07:02 (pid:71980) Response problem from startd when
requesting claim slot1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
<> for codytrey 20.0.
05/15/13 09:07:02 (pid:71980) Failed to send REQUEST_CLAIM to startd
slot1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx <> for codytrey:
CEDAR:6004:failed reading from socket
05/15/13 09:07:02 (pid:71980) Match record
(slot1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx <> for codytrey,
20.0) deleted

Much thanks,

Cody Belcher
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