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Re: [HTCondor-users] Shared port daemon fails to start after reboot on Dual Stack CentOS7 nodes

Hi Chris,

you could probably list all you services with
  systemd-analyze plot > service_chain.svg
and check, if there is a unit after networking etc. you could attach to as dependency for condor.service

Unfortunately, on a quick check here, the condor unit is already one of the last units to be started (needing a lot of scrolling)


On 09/06/2021 11.24, Chris Brew - STFC UKRI wrote:
Thanks All,

I feared that might be the case, before I go off and add `ExecStartPre=/bin/sleep 30` to the condor systemd service file (dirty), or add systemd `.timer` file to control the start up (slightly less dirty), does anyone have an idea of a late stage networking service I can add a dependency too (cleaner).



On 08/06/2021, 15:21, "HTCondor-users" <htcondor-users-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

 > If I run `sudo systemctl restart condor` after I can log into the node
 > everything comes up cleanly so Iʼm wondering if the Master is coming up
 > before something that it needs.

          It's typical, despite our best efforts in the packaging, for
various bits and pieces of the network, particularly including DNS/DHCP,
not to be up when the condor master starts.

- ToddM

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