[Swift-user] local coaster looking for credential (was Re: mixing gram execution and local filesystem providers)
wilde at mcs.anl.gov
Wed Feb 4 14:50:20 CST 2009
What filenames are you mapping? Is it perhaps trying to use gridftp to
What if you use the <filesystem> tag instead of <gridftp>?
On 2/4/09 2:43 PM, Allan Espinosa wrote:
> Do coasters always need a proxy certificate? This was found in my log
> when i executed using the "local:pbs" job manager
> Caused by: org.globus.gsi.GlobusCredentialException: [JGLOBUS-5] Proxy
> file (/tmp/x509up_u1600) not found.
> at org.globus.gsi.GlobusCredential.<init>(GlobusCredential.java:114)
> at org.globus.gsi.GlobusCredential.reloadDefaultCredential(GlobusCredential.java:590)
> full log in: http://www.ci.uchicago.edu/~aespinosa/swift/blast-20090204-1438-9vr02924.log
> <pool handle="TERAPORT" sysinfo="INTEL32::LINUX">
> <profile namespace="globus" key="queue">fast</profile>
> <profile namespace="globus"
> <execution provider="coaster" url="none" jobmanager="local:pbs" />
> <gridftp url="local://localhost" />
> <workdirectory >/disks/tp-gpfs/scratch/aespinosa</workdirectory>
> On Tue, Feb 3, 2009 at 6:11 PM, Ben Clifford <benc at hawaga.org.uk> wrote:
>> On Tue, 3 Feb 2009, Allan Espinosa wrote:
>>> Does this mean that the "cp" calls fail after a while?
>> It means something failed. In the log, I see this:
>> Invalid GSSCredentials
>>> Caused by: GSSException: Defective credential detected [Caused by:
>>> [JGLOBUS-5] Proxy file
>> not found.]
>> which is a strange looking error.
>> I'd expect credential errors if your proxy just expired (please paste the
>> output of grid-proxy-info from the same session that you ran this swift
>> invocation from, if you still have it).
>> But I wouldn't expect the error message to have a path to a credential
>> inside what looks like the remote job directory.
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