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Re: [HTCondor-users] Gahp server (failure issues ) exited with status 1 unexpectedly


Thanks for the response. I tried to run the command you suggested and got the following response

Agent pid 14621
         !!!        RESOURCE USAGE POLICY       !!!
         !!! Uploading and/or processing of PHI !!!
         !!! or other protected data in the HPC !!!
         !!! environment is prohibited.         !!!
/home/FCAM/hbaig/bosco/glite/bin/batch_gahp.symlink: /home/FCAM/hbaig/bosco/glite/bin/../lib/condor/libglobus_common.so.0: no version information available (required by /home/FCAM/hbaig/bosco/glite/bin/batch_gahp.symlink)
$GahpVersion: 1.8.0 Mar 31 2008 INFN\ blahpd\ (poly,new_esc_format) $

I am able to connect to remote server where bosco is installed and donât  understand how could it be an SSH issue. 

Sorry for asking naive questions but I am totally a beginner and do not understand how to proceed with it. Thanks for your due help and responses. 


On Jan 7, 2021, at 2:29 PM, Jaime Frey <jfrey@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

On Jan 7, 2021, at 9:32 AM, hasanbaigg@xxxxxxxxx wrote:

I am working on a web-based tool which take jobs from a user and submit it to bosco resources (compute nodes). I am using a bosco version (condor 8.8.12) on Linux CentOS 7. The web interface allows a user to add a bosco pool which user can use to submit jobs. However, when I try to submit a job, it fails. I tried to test the pool as well by using the following command:

bosco_cluster --test 

It gives me the following GAHP error:

This a probably an ssh failure (network, authentication, or authorization). Bosco runs the following command to access the remote cluster submit host:

<sbin>/remote_gahp <user>@<hostname> batch_gahp

You can run it on the command line to get more details about what's going wrong. remote_gahp is a bash script, so you can dig in further, if necessary.

 - Jaime

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