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- Date: Sat, 26 Feb 2005 18:47:21 +0000 (GMT)
- From: Bruce Beckles <mbb10@xxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: [Condor-users] MASTER_CHECK_NEW_EXEC_INTERVAL
The Condor Manual says the following about the
This macro controls how often the condor_master checks the
timestamps of the running daemons. If any daemons have been
modified, the master restarts them. It is defined in seconds and
defaults to 300 (every 5 minutes)."
I have two questions about this:
- Presumably this means that the condor_master checks the timestamps on
the executable files which were used to start the daemons to see if
those files have changed, and *NOT* that it examines the image of the
running daemons to see if the running daemons have been altered?
- What happens if set this setting to 0? Does that disable the check, or
does it just mean that the condor_master constantly checks the
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