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Re: [HTCondor-users] HTCondor-users Digest, Vol 88, Issue 39

Hi Evgeniy,

If the pilots of the VO you're supporting need a proxy, indications probably wouldn't show up in any of your local HTCondor-CE or HTCondor logs. You'll want to check in with the VOs that you support whether or not it's ok to lift this restriction.

If there are no VOs that need a valid proxy during pilot runtime, then you can remove the relevant expressions from SYSTEM_PERIODIC_HOLD (this is much easier to do in HTCondor-CE 4+). However, if your VOs do need a valid proxy during the pilot lifetime, this may cause them to see strange failures in their workflows.

- Brian

On 3/22/21 10:23 AM, Evgeniy Kuznetsov via HTCondor-users wrote:
Hi Brian,

What version of HTCondor-CE and HTCondor are you running (i.e., rpm -q
htcondor-ce condor)? Do these pilots not need the proxy for any sort of
file transfer during the lifetime of the pilot?



As for proxy need for pilots - I did not see any messages according file transfer errors because of expired proxy, how can I define it ?

In ShadowLog there is "File transfer completed successfully".

There was a periodic error in StarterLog of execute node like "ERROR "Failed to transfer files" at line 2468 in file /var/lib/condor/execute/slot1/dir_23498/userdir/.tmpXxBBdB/BUILD/condor-8.8.9/src/condor_starter.V6.1/jic_shadow.cpp" but I suppose it is because of low bandwidth occured from our network equipment misconfiguration.


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