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Re: [Condor-users] Job monitor installation steps for Linux Fedora Core 3

On Mon, 14 Mar 2005 09:05:21 -0600, Alain Roy <roy@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> >http://www.cs.wisc.edu/condor/tools/job-monitor/
> >
> >Hello everyone!
> >         I want to install the job-monitor, but there is no installation
> >procedure
> >         with it. Is there a procedure being published somewhere, that I
> >can use?
> Use tar (tar xzf log_viewer-6.2.1-Any-Java.tar.Z) to unpack the logviewer.
> Then, on Unix, just run "logview" and it should start up. It relies on Java.
> It can probably be made to work on Windows without much effort, but I'm not
> a Windows expert, so I can't tell you how.

It works fine on windows - use your favourite compression utility to
untar the file (if it doesn't support tar it shouldn't be your
favourite :)

no need to put anything into the path - I can't remember if a bat file
was included but the command in the shell script is pretty trivially
mapped to windows.

In all honesty I find reading the log file to be much faster if you
need to look at one or two jobs but for a whole batch it can be useful
to find outliers/badly behaved jobs.