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Re: [Condor-users] meaning of condor_stats output
- Date: Mon, 09 Aug 2004 09:47:51 -0700
- From: Alain Roy <roy@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [Condor-users] meaning of condor_stats output
Can anyone explain what the output of condor_stats indicates.
The manual page is confusing, but I think that all of the information is
there--I apologize for the confusing text.
The output is terse because it is meant for input into a script that can
turn the data into pretty graphs. Probably we should make a verbose option.
I've had a read of the man pages but I still can't work
it out. For example what does this mean:
$ /opt/condor/bin/condor_stats -userquery
96.62 1 0
96.90 1 0
97.17 0 0
97.45 0 0
97.73 0 0
98.01 0 0
98.28 0 0
I assume that's a subset of the data. You should have numbers ranging from
close to zero to close to 100 in the first column.
The first column always represents the time, as a percentage of the range
of the query. Thus the first entry will have a value close to 0.0, while
the last will be close to 100.0. If the -orgformat option is used, the
time is displayed as number of seconds since the Unix epoch. The
information in the remainder of the columns depends on the query type.
You may find it easier to interpret with the -orgformat argument.
Next two columns:
The information displayed includes the number of running jobs and the
number of idle jobs.
So you have:
time running-jobs idle-jobs