Error Can No Longer Talk To Condor_starter
When the jobs finish examine the output files or the results.log to confirm that your jobs ran on other machines. (There is a chance that all of your jobs ran on Next by thread: Re: [Condor-users] Shadow Exception !!! The job terminated normally. Of 1 machines, 1 are rejected by your job's requirements 0 reject your job because of their own requirements 0 match, but are serving users with a better priority in the
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, In a production system you might want to place it onto a shared filesystem and share the installation between machines. You can edit /tmp/condor/var/condor_config.local, or use the following commands: % echo 'DAEMON_LIST = MASTER, STARTD, SCHEDD' >> /tmp/condor/var/condor_config.local % echo 'CONDOR_HOST = shared.machine.name.example' >> /tmp/condor/var/condor_config.local We need to let Condor know However, when I tried to submit the sh_loop.cmd on my slave node I got shadow exception error message in file sh_loop.log as below: 000 (005.000.000) 07/19 22:13:57 Job submitted from host: http://research.cs.wisc.edu/htcondor/tutorials/scotland-admin-tutorial-2003-10-23/scotland-admin-tutorial-2003-10-23.DEMO.html
Error Can No Longer Talk To Condor_starter
After a few moments, check condor_q: % condor_q -- Submitter: wireless52.cs.wisc.edu : <126.96.36.199:1534> : wireless52.cs.wisc.edu ID OWNER SUBMITTED RUN_TIME ST PRI SIZE CMD 10.0 adesmet 10/22 13:54 0+00:00:07 I 0 0.0 So long as START evaluates to FALSE the machine will remain in the Owner state and will refuse jobs. Index(es): Date Thread Spinning Open source. Hi, we're using Condor to execute jobs which take a lot of time.
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 Because your job will run on (some) other machine with access to the DICE file system, you can access files e.g. You could wait a while for the job to run, but it won't. In this particular case no job can satisify the requirement of FALSE.
DAGMan can let you specify that jobs are allowed to run in parallel, but does not have a way to specify that jobs must run in parallel. Htcondor Last failed match: Wed Oct 22 15:27:12 2003 Reason for last match failure: no match found WARNING: Be advised: Job 14.0 did not match any machine's requirements The following attributes should Unfortunately in this tutorial everyone's username is "student". https://lists.cs.wisc.edu/archive/htcondor-users/2006-July/msg00189.shtml Can no longer talk to condor_starter on execute machine (188.8.131.52) 0 - Run Bytes Sent By Job 2209052 - Run Bytes Received By Job SCHEDLOG from submitting machine 2/14 15:47:40 Sent
This introduces a bit of redundancy with the condor masters and means that jobs will still be scheduled if there is a network partition. Start up Condor: % condor_master Verify that it started: % ps -efwwww | grep condor_ condor 2782 1 0 16:39 ? 00:00:00 condor_master condor 2786 2782 0 16:39 ? 00:00:00 condor_collector GBiz is too! Latest News Stories: Docker 1.0Heartbleed Redux: Another Gaping Wound in Web Encryption UncoveredThe Next Circle of Hell: Unpatchable SystemsGit 2.0.0 ReleasedThe Linux Foundation Announces Core Infrastructure There is no need to continue running a negotiator and collector on individual machines, so remove them from the DAEMON_LIST.
We'll link the configuration file to ~condor/condor_config. % ln -s /tmp/condor/etc/condor_config ~condor/ For ease of use, put the Condor binaries in your path: % PATH=$PATH:/tmp/condor/bin:/tmp/condor/sbin condor_configure has made several guesses that https://www-auth.cs.wisc.edu/lists/htcondor-users/2012-November/msg00016.shtml Check your job log. Error Can No Longer Talk To Condor_starter Previous by thread: Re: [Condor-users] Windows DagMan fixxed? No, there is not maximum run time.
Condor is very configurable. connected. Logging submit event(s)..... 5 job(s) submitted to cluster 5. You'll need to run this % /tmp/condor/sbin/condor_fetchlog lab-07.nesc.ed.ac.uk STARTER 10/22 14:09:29 ****************************************************** 10/22 14:09:29 ** condor_starter (CONDOR_STARTER) STARTING UP 10/22 14:09:29 ** $CondorVersion: 6.5.5 Sep 16 2003 $ 10/22 14:09:29 **
We easily executed some which took 27 hours. Your job should have run on your machine, and no one else's jobs should have run on your machine. and which machines are in my pool. Install a copy as root: % cd /tmp/condor/bin % wget http://www.cs.wisc.edu/~adesmet/condor_analyze.gz --12:23:26-- http://www.cs.wisc.edu/%7Eadesmet/condor_analyze.gz => `condor_analyze.gz' Resolving www.cs.wisc.edu...
Because Condor takes the last setting in its configuration files, we can simply append the correct value to the end of the local configuration file.
I find this useful as sometime I need to submit 400+ jobs to the condor pool and I do not want to dominate the computational resource for a long time (and root: Configuration Normally you would use "START=Owner=="username"". Check that you have one machine (the one you're sitting in front of), in your pool. Logging submit event(s). 1 job(s) submitted to cluster 10.
Next by thread: Re: [Condor-users] shadow exception error? Of 1 machines, 1 are rejected by your job's requirements No successful match recorded. I can start it using "net start condor" but it doesn't start up again on reboot. Is there a max 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`. 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. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here... Of 1 machines, 0 are rejected by your job's requirements 1 reject your job because of their own requirements 0 match, but are serving users with a better priority in the
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. We can modify the job's requirements, so let's do so: % condor_q -format '%s\n' Requirements 14 % condor_qedit 14 requirements '(Arch == "INTEL") && (OpSys == % "LINUX") && (Disk >= As root: % chmod a+w /tmp/condor/var/execute/ % condor_reschedule After a few moments the job should run and finish. If no machines are returned, try again in a moment; there can be a brief delay while the various daemons get in touch with each other. % condor_status Name OpSys Arch
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! Looking at the logs first I saw in the log of my program this: 000 (003.000.000) 09/21 13:40:49 Job submitted from host: <184.108.40.206:36284 > ... 001 (003.000.000) 09/21 13:40:52 Job executing Try, tail -F /var/log/condor/*Log | grep -i -e error -e fail -e warn I ran that over the weekend and learned a few things - 0) ERROR WriteUserLog Failed to grab