condor_config.local

##  What machine is your central manager?
CONDOR_HOST = condor-main.dl.ac.uk

## need to edit this line only
NETWORK_INTERFACE = 193.62.113.10

##  Pathnames:
##  Where have you installed the bin, sbin and lib condor directories?
RELEASE_DIR = /opt/condor

##  Where is the local condor directory for each host?
##  This is where the local config file(s), logs and
##  spool/execute directories are located
LOCAL_DIR = /opt/condor/local.$(HOSTNAME)

##  Mail parameters:
##  When something goes wrong with condor at your site, who should get
##  the email?
CONDOR_ADMIN = robert.allan@stfc.ac.uk

##  Network domain parameters:
##  Internet domain of machines sharing a common UID space.  If your
##  machines don't share a common UID space, set it to
##  UID_DOMAIN = $(FULL_HOSTNAME)
##  to specify that each machine has its own UID space.
UID_DOMAIN = $(FULL_HOSTNAME)

##  Internet domain of machines sharing a common file system.
##  If your machines don't use a network file system, set it to
##  FILESYSTEM_DOMAIN = $(FULL_HOSTNAME)
##  to specify that each machine has its own file system.
FILESYSTEM_DOMAIN = $(FULL_HOSTNAME)

##  The user/group ID <uid>.<gid> of the "Condor" user.
##  (this can also be specified in the environment)
##  Note: the CONDOR_IDS setting is ignored on Win32 platforms
CONDOR_IDS = 14168.14168

##  Condor needs to create a few lock files to synchronize access to
##  various log files.  Because of problems we've had with network
##  filesystems and file locking over the years, we HIGHLY recommend
##  that you put these lock files on a local partition on each
##  machine.  If you don't have your LOCAL_DIR on a local partition,
##  be sure to change this entry.  Whatever user (or group) condor is
##  running as needs to have write access to this directory.  If
##  you're not running as root, this is whatever user you started up
##  the condor_master as.  If you are running as root, and there's a
##  condor account, it's probably condor.  Otherwise, it's whatever
##  you've set in the CONDOR_IDS environment variable.  See the Admin
##  manual for details on this.
#LOCK = /tmp/condor-lock.$(HOSTNAME)0.184088019262166

##  condor_master
##  Daemons you want the master to keep running for you:
DAEMON_LIST = MASTER, STARTD, SCHEDD

START=TRUE
SUSPEND=FALSE
PREEMPT=FALSE
VACATE=FALSE

OPSYS_FLAVOUR = "Gentoo"
OPSYS_KERNEL = 2.6
OPSYS_GLIBC = 2.3

CLRC_LOCATION = "DL"
CCLRC_DEPARTMENT = "ESC"
MY_SUBNET = 113
MY_HOST = $(HOSTNAME)

STARTD_EXPRS = \
        CCLRC_LOCATION, CCLRC_DEPARTMENT, \
        OPSYS_FLAVOUR, OPSYS_KERNEL, OPSYS_GLIBC, \
        HAS_FIREWALL

STARTD_DEBUG = D_COMMAND D_NETWORK
MASTER_DEBUG = D_COMMAND D_NETWORK
Topic revision: r4 - 18 Mar 2009 - 08:38:09 - RobAllan
 
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