[AG-TECH] more on linux
semeraro at ncsa.uiuc.edu
Sat Apr 26 09:59:49 CDT 2003
Hi again ag-tech,
Ivan and I have been going around on my connection problem. I thought I
would bring the rest
of you who are interested up to speed. After much anxiety we took a deep
breath and decided
to start fresh. I did in fact reinstall redhat linux ( 7.3 this time ). I
then did a binary install of all
the prerequisite and AG related software. It went as smooth as silk. No
problems. Then I had
to replace a disk in our cluster but that is another matter....
I now have a virgin 7.3 install with the AG2.0 beta3 binary release. You
guessed it, the dreaded
invalid url when I try to connect to vv2:9000. I did remember to do a
grid-proxy-init after the
new linux install. Actually I saved my .globus directory before I creamed
the previous linux and
replaced it after I reinstalled. Now I dont know if that may have caused
problems or not. I am
not a globus guru. Also, I am not running a firewall of any sort. No
ipchains or iptables. I try to
connect to vv2 by running VenueClient.py. I just type that from my home
directory as user
semeraro not root. Then I press the go button and get the, by now, expected
I can start a venue server on this newly minted linux box and connect to it
via the venue client
again on the same linux box. So that is something I guess.
I have attached the VenueClient.log to this mail in case it will be of any
I appreciate any insight you folks can give. I thought several heads might
be better than two
in this case. Especially because one of the two is mine.
I do have one unrelated question. I am trying to monkey around with this
software on a linux
laptop that is not connected to the network. I get an error telling me my
globus_host env variable
is not set and my network is not set up correctly. Have any of you tried to
play with this on
a machine that was not on the net? Any ideas on env setup that will allow
me to do this. I
would like to play around out on the deck this afternoon while I watch my
daughter cut the grass...
Have a good weekend,
Dave Semeraro Ph.D.
Visualization and Virtual Environments Group
NCSA University of Illinois
605 E. Springfield Ave.
Champaign, IL 61820
Semeraro at ncsa.uiuc.edu
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