Index(es): Date Thread Spinning Open source. You can download it from the official site, but we'll try to provide a local mirror for this tutorial. % cd /tmp % wget http://local.mirror.example.com/condor-6.5.5-linux-x86-glibc23.tar.gz % tar -xzf condor-6.5.5-linux-x86-glibc23.tar.gz % cd I have set it to run for 10mins CPU time. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.
This isn't strictly necessary, but it reduces the amount of configuration we'll need to do. % adduser condor % chmod a+rx ~condor Now we will install and configure Condor. It sounds to me like you lost network connectivity, or a shared disk system became unavailable, or something like that. As a result the machine defaults to Idle and will always accept jobs. Submit the jobs. % echo "queue 4" >> myjob.submit % rm results.out.* results.err.* results.log % condor_submit myjob.submit Submitting job(s)..... http://research.cs.wisc.edu/htcondor/tutorials/scotland-admin-tutorial-2003-10-23/scotland-admin-tutorial-2003-10-23.DEMO.html
Previous by thread: Re: [Condor-users] Windows DagMan fixxed? Ideas, requests, problems regarding TWiki? I'm posting this so it's archived for others... Because we launched a longer job, and it stopped after approximately 65 hours (we tried again two times) : 000 (044.009.000) 09/09 15:44:56 Job submitted from host: <172.18.45.80:51293> 001 (044.009.000) 09/09
It's illuminating. Then I tried to run the test example "sh_loop" under condor-6.6.11/examples as user condor by condor_submit sh_loop.cmd on my master node. Therefore, sometimes the latter two will return /amd/nfs/wyvern/disk/ptn110/s0450736/script instead of /home/s0450736/script, which in turn will cause a failure in your condor/qsub program. It is also present in some 6.5 releases.
I'm using install Condor Condor c:\condor\bin\condor_master.exe to install it where install.exe is the condor supplied one. It's worth noting that the default policy generated by condor_configure sets the machine up to always accept and run jobs, a good default for testing and our tutorial. (START = TRUE, and slot5: ERROR: exec_starter returned 0, which was more bad configuration. 5) FileLock::obtain(1) failed - errno 0 (Success) looks wrong. root: Configuration Normally you would use "START=Owner=="username"".
We know that our policy doesn't allow evictions, so this suggests a problem. Set START back to TRUE. Last failed match: Wed Oct 22 14:24:11 2003 Reason for last match failure: no match found WARNING: Be advised: Request 9.0 did not match any resource's constraints Sure enough, no machines All of them lost contact at about the same time.
done. Thanks for any help. Condor Shadow To see if your desktop DICE machine is part of a pool, try running 'condor_status' - if this runs, then your machine is already part of the pool and you can The `condor_run` program shipped with condor need such a fix to work properly. -- Hieu Hoang 28 dec 2006 Handle Shadow Exception (updated: new version of the script fixes this) *
It allows you to specify arguments and stdin/stdout/stderr for your job. TODO: CONDOR_ADMIN? Distributed computing. @spinningmatt « Social scheduling Configuration and policyevaluation » Tail your logs, for fun andprofit If you don't run tail -F on your logs periodically, you should. This will lower the priority of your job so that others' job has a chance to run before yours.
So long as START evaluates to FALSE the machine will remain in the Owner state and will refuse jobs. Cheers Greg CONDOR JOB LOG from submitting machine 000 (002.000.000) 02/14 15:20:50 Job submitted from host: <126.96.36.199:9138> ... 001 (002.000.000) 02/14 15:48:27 Job executing on host: <188.8.131.52:9549> ... 007 (002.000.000) 02/14 Logging submit event(s). 1 job(s) submitted to cluster 14. You have a number of options - see the Condor manual for instructions.
I dunno what's happening, if you run the process in one pc wothout using condors works perfect. The easiest way to determine if this problem is occurring is to check the System event log and see if it is has any information on the Condor service failing to root: Installation and Configuration Change your CONDOR_HOST to point to the shared machine.
Without the MPI/PVM universes, I don't know of a clean to force two jobs to run at the same time. -alain Previous Message by Thread: Job run time limit ? pwd and pawd * If you need to get the current directory in your shell script or perl script, be sure to use `pawd` instead of `pwd`. Condor assumes that systems with the same FILESYSTEM_DOMAIN have a shared filesystem. Or, you can use condor_fetchlog.
You could wait a while for the job to run, but it won't. When I typed condor_q and condor_status on the master node(central manager) and slave nodes(compute nodes), I got the normal screen output which told me how many jobs are running, etc. The -verbose option will tell you where it is defined, useful for complex files. % condor_config_val -verbose FILESYSTEM_DOMAIN FILESYSTEM_DOMAIN: lab-07.nesc.ed.ac.uk Defined in '/tmp/condor/var/condor_config.local', line 38. Submit the job. % mv myjob.submit myjob.submit.orig % echo '+RealName="YourName"' > myjob.submit % cat myjob.submit.orig >> myjob.submit % rm myjob.submit.orig % condor_submit myjob.submit If you catch it before the job finishes,
One Response to "Tail your logs, for fun andprofit" Jaimico Says: December 5, 2012 at 8:03 pm | Reply or you can use ‘tailf' cheers! In this particular case no job can satisify the requirement of FALSE. In the Shadow log : 9/12 09:12:10 (44.7) (10025): ERROR "Can no longer talk to condor_starter on execute machine (192.168.1.23)" at line 63 in file NTreceivers.C 9/12 09:12:57 (44.4) (10013): ERROR