[gridway-user] Does GridWay work with Globus VDT?
jingjing.sun at adelaide.edu.au
Tue Sep 11 23:56:38 CDT 2007
I spoke with the system admins and they confirmed that the globus on our
vdt install runs on 8443 rather than 9443. The weird thing is that my
job can really run on the globus machine which uses port 8443, (i.e.,
the job can be successfully submitted and the input files can also be
transferred, and the job can be executed), the problem is that the task
of staging out might not be related to the port where globus container
So the consequence is that the job can be executed but the results
cannot be transferred back.
Javier Fontan wrote:
> I think that the problem you have is related to the way VDT installs
> globus. Seems that VDT also installs a Tomcat Server with some
> services in port 8443, that is the standard port for globus when you
> install directly. The port it is using in your installation is 9443.
> You can get information on how to access this kind of configuration
> following the instructions for OSG in gridway webpage, more
> specifically at
> http://www.gridway.org/documentation/stable/osghowto/x100.htm. The
> "trick" is to specify the port with -p.
> I hope this solves your problem. If this is not the case please tell
> us again so we can study the problem more in deep.
> On 9/11/07, Jingjing Sun <jingjing.sun at adelaide.edu.au> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I I installed the latest Gridway but found it does not work properly
>> with the vdt version of gt4, the gridway job can be submitted, and the
>> input files can be transferred without problem, but the result can not
>> be transferred back. I previously tested GridWay on normal gt4 without
>> any problem, but now I changed to vdt version of globus and found that
>> the result can not be transferred back, the job is always in state "wrap
>> pend", could anyone give me some tips? Thanks
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