Commit 04f0b1ef authored by Fabien Viale's avatar Fabien Viale
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Add windows agent patch info for Windows 10

parent 1584da09
......@@ -1583,6 +1583,26 @@ The main troubles you may have to face are the following ones:
* You get an *authentication error*: this is probably due to your default credentials file which cannot be found. In the "Connection" tab of the Configuration Editor (Figure 5.4, “Configuration Editor window - Connection Tab (Resource Manager Registration)”), you can choose the credentials file you want. You can select, for instance, the credentials file located at PROACTIVE_HOME/config/authentication/scheduler.cred or your own credentials file.
* The node seems to be well started, but you cannot see it in the Resource Manager interface: in this case, make sure that the *port number* is the good one. Do not forget that the runtime port number is incremented from the initial ProActive Resource Manager port number. You can see exactly on which port your runtime has been started looking at the log file described above.
* The agent does not seem to be starting at all and the log file `Executor<runtime number>Process-log.txt` (see above) is empty. This issue has been observed on some Windows 10 environments. When facing this problem, open Windows[Event Viewer] and look at errors associated with application *ProActiveAgent*. Follow the procedure <<_windows_10_patch>> if you see the following error:
JobManagement.JobException: The management process is running inside a Job, it will not be able to assign child processes to a new Job.
à JobManagement.JobObject.ProbeForRunningInJob()
à JobManagement.JobObject.CreateJob()
à JobManagement.JobObject..ctor(String name)
à ProActiveAgent.ProActiveRuntimeExecutor..ctor(CommonStartInfo commonStartInfo, Int32 rank)
à ProActiveAgent.ExecutorsManager..ctor(AgentType configuration)
à ProActiveAgent.WindowsService.OnStart(String[] args)
à System.ServiceProcess.ServiceBase.ServiceQueuedMainCallback(Object state)
===== Windows 10 Patch
In order to solve the issue mentioned above, please do the following:
1. Download the patch zip from the following[link] and expand this archive inside an empty folder.
2. Close the agent GUI if it's open. In order to do so, in the[Windows notification area] (aka system tray), find the ProActive Agent icon image:ProActiveAgentIcon.png[], right-click on it and select *Close*. A warning message will appear (simply confirm).
3. Replace existing files in the ProActive Agent installation folder `C:\Program Files (x86)\ProActiveAgent` with patch files copied from the expanded zip.
4. Start the ProActive Agent again.
==== Automate Windows Agent Installation
......@@ -108,6 +108,10 @@ pa.scheduler.policy=org.ow2.proactive.scheduler.policy.ExtendedSchedulerPolicy
# Defines the maximum number of tasks to be scheduled in each scheduling loop.
# if set to true, the scheduling loop will partition the task list according to the amount of free nodes.
# Enabling it can cause performance issues
# Path of the license properties file
......@@ -140,18 +144,18 @@ pa.scheduler.core.starttask.timeout=20000
# Maximum number of threads used for the start task action. This property define the number of blocking resources
# until the scheduling loop will block as well.
# As it is related to the number of nodes, this property also define the number of threads used to terminate taskLauncher
# Maximum number of threads used to send events to clients. This property defines the number of clients
# than can block at the same time. If this number is reached, every clients won't receive events until
# a thread unlock.
# List of the scripts paths to execute at scheduler start. Paths are separated by a ';'.
# Size of parsed workflow cache, used to optimize workflow submission time
#---------------- JOBS PROPERTIES ------------------
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