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HTCondor flocking between two clouds

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    • 1. Flocking HTCondor Between Two Clouds Guy Tel-Zur tel-zur@computer.org March 2013
    • 2. Goal• Submit HTCondor jobs from Amazon EC2 HTCondor pool and flock to another HTCondor pool on Rackspace.• Both pools use Windows Server 2008
    • 3. Outline• Install Windows Server 2008 with HTCondor on Rackspace (Pool 1)• Install Windows Serve 2008 with HTCondor on EC2 (Pool 2)• Modify the condor_config file FLOCK_FROM and FLOCK_TO specifying the IP addresses of the Central Managers.• Verify the Flocking works
    • 4. Open terminal from here
    • 5. The server is up
    • 6. In the next slides we show HTCondor Installation steps on the first node
    • 7. Verify that condor service is running
    • 8. condor_status works
    • 9. Before first submissionstore your credentials
    • 10. A simple test program
    • 11. Now we repeat the above steps andinstall a HTCondor node on AWS EC2
    • 12. The new machine is ready to be launched
    • 13. EC2 dashboard
    • 14. Connecting with remote desktop
    • 15. The test program works also on EC2
    • 16. Add Flocking• Edit condor_config• At both ends: – Set the IP addresses of the condor master nodes in the flock_from and flock_to statements – Save and restart condor• That’s it !!!
    • 17. Check Flocking at both endsEach pool “sees”the other pool NOTE! In this demo for simplicity firewalls were disabled. This is not recommended in real production runs!
    • 18. Each pool can see the other pool
    • 19. Reference• HTCondor: http://research.cs.wisc.edu/htcondor/• Rackspace: http://www.rackspace.com/• AWS: http://aws.amazon.com/

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