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Re: [Condor-users] Strange condor_preen message
- Date: Mon, 17 Jul 2006 12:51:55 -0500 (CDT)
- From: Steven Timm <timm@xxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [Condor-users] Strange condor_preen message
Follow up on this..
a) all of these directories came from jobs
submitted by a single user.
b) He submitted those jobs via condor_run rather than condor submit
c) the first four digits of the directory name correspond to the
first four digits of the linux pid of the condor_starter.
Unfortunately there are none of these jobs running anymore.
On Mon, 17 Jul 2006, Steven Timm wrote:
Strange condor_preen message:
I have seen the following request coming from about 20 of the nodes
on my cluster thus far. They are rather strange because
I thought that the spool directories ought to be the same name as the
process id of the condor_starter that is running the job.
Obviously the directory names below are not corresponding
to any real linux process because the names are too long.
Any idea what might be causing it?
---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Mon, 17 Jul 2006 12:03:08 -0500
From: condor <condor@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: [Condor] condor_preen results
This is an automated email from the Condor system
on machine "fnpc14.fnal.gov". Do not reply.
The condor_preen process has found the following
stale condor files on <fnpc14>:
/local/stage1/condor/execute/dir_25667656 - Removed
/local/stage1/condor/execute/dir_27313663 - Removed
/local/stage1/condor/execute/dir_30839682 - Removed
What is condor_preen?
The condor_preen tool examines the directories belonging to Condor, and
removes extraneous files and directories which may be left over from Condor
processes which terminated abnormally either due to internal errors or a
system crash. The directories checked are the LOG, EXECUTE, and SPOOL
directories as defined in the Condor configuration files. The condor_preen
tool is intended to be run as user root (or user condor) periodically as a
backup method to ensure reasonable file system cleanliness in the face of
errors. This is done automatically by default by the condor_master daemon.
It may also be explicitly invoked on an as needed basis.
See the condor manual section on condor_preen for more details.
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Lead of Computing Farms Team