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Re: [HTCondor-users] What would be the recommended way to install an HTCondor-CE and a personal HTCondor on the same host?

El mar., 10 mar. 2020 a las 21:34, MÃtyÃs Selmeci
(<matyas@xxxxxxxxxxx>) escribiÃ:
> On 3/10/20 3:31 AM, Jose Caballero wrote:
> >> if you want, for testing/dev purposes, have both a personal condor and
> >> the CE on the same host (Centos6 or 7), what would be the recommended
> >> way to install it?
> >>
> >
> > I believe I misread/misused the term "personal condor".
> > I was looking for having an entire pool in one host (schedd, CM,
> > startd), for testing purposes. I believe now that is not what the term
> > "personal condor" refers to...
> > Is it possible to set DAEMON_LIST = ALL? That would be helpful?
> >
> > Cheers,
> > Jose
> Hi Jose,
> Yes, technically a "personal condor" is a single-node condor pool
> run by a non-root user, but we've been guilty of misusing it to mean
> a single-node condor pool in general.
> Case in point: the following in your condor config will give you a
> single-node condor:
>   use role: personal
> this currently expands to
>   RunBenchmarks=0
> Alternatively, if you're using an RPM-based install, you can yum
> install "minicondor" which will give you a config file containing
> that plus some performance tuning and making it only listen on the
> local interface.
> Brian/someone, do you know if it's possible to hook up a CE to
> a minicondor?
> -Mat
> _

Hi Mat

navigating the documentation I, indeed, found the reference to
minicondor. I deployed it and it works fine.

Now, I changed my original plan a little bit, trying to use that
minicondor on one host, and the CE on another. Same subnet, though.
Does your comment "only listen on the local interface" mean that is
not going to work?