I'm puzzled, if condor_config has an explicit value for
LOCAL_CONFIG_FILE, then it should be parse before config.d.|
could you please post the output to this command so I can understand what's happening here?
condor_config_val -verbose -dump 'LOCAL_(CONFIG|DIR)'
On 8/8/2014 4:31 PM, Dimitri Maziuk wrote:
On 08/08/2014 03:46 PM, John (TJ) Knoeller wrote: ...I suspect you will see that LOCAL_CONFIG_FILE refers to $(LOCAL_DIR), but that LOCAL_DIR isn't set in condor_config, but later - so the local config file can't be found until after the config directory has been read, and therefore it is being parsed last.No, I am not setting anything, you guys are shipping the rpm with condor_config that says LOCAL_DIR = /var LOCAL_CONFIG_FILE = /etc/condor/condor_config.local LOCAL_CONFIG_DIR = /etc/condor/config.d You're also including condor_config.local in the rpm. So if I want to make sure whatever the rpm maintainer put in there does not override my settings in config.d I just need to add "LOCAL_CONFIG_FILE = /dev/null" to my config.d. Works for me. Thanks for the explanation, please consider putting in the manual