The problem appears to be that the installer isn't substituting the
ALLOW_READ & ALLOW_WRITE lines|
in the generic config but is inserting your config at the start of the line instead.
( HTCondor on Windows doesn't care if you use DOS or UNIX style line endings in your config files. )
There is some harm here, but maybe not that serious. HTCondor config files don't recognize #
as a comment in the middle of the line. you end up with an ALLOW_READ list containing
18.104.22.168/16#ALLOW_READI'm pretty sure that 22.214.171.124/16#ALLOW_READ behaves the same as 126.96.36.199/16, so this
bug is going to add bogus things to your allow list, but it won't prevent HTCondor from running.
This is definitely a bug in the MSI installer. I have added a ticket to a bug tracking system for this
On 2/4/2014 4:07 AM, Stub wrote: