Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 471644
Missing a dependency of Condor
Last modified: 2008-11-15 20:58:07 EST
Created attachment 323635 [details]
Description of problem:
When I configure the Condor, it reminds me of lacking 2 directories(sql,man).
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
# Missing release directories (looking in /usr):
# Unable to find some release directories.
#cp: cannot stat `/usr/etc/examples/condor_config.generic': No such file or directory
I manually installed the planner package, then I can find these two directories. I need to symbolic link them to the release directories. I think you didn't consider the dependency of the planner package.
I would not recommend using condor_configure, specifically in the case of performing an installation. By installing the condor package you have already installed condor, no need to use condor_configure, which expects a specific directory structure produced only after compiling condor.
If you are looking to reconfigure condor, you should look in ~condor/condor_config.local. There is little benefit to using condor_configure for reconfiguration.
As for the dependencies, the planner package probably just happens to have a directory in the right place, there is no real dependency.
BTW, where you run condor_configure from is very important, because of how it operates. The where is not clear from your steps to reproduce.
FYI, I posted this information as a comment on your blog a day or two ago, comment is still waiting moderator approval.
I'm going to close this as NOTABUG.
Still glad you are getting familiar with Condor.