Thanks for the info. This install is going to be for windows only clients, and will only be using the vanilla universe. What meta scheduler do you use?
condor-users-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:condor-users-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Ian Chesal
> Anyone have any ideas how to reduce the install size?
rm -rf condor/* ?
All jokes aside we trim the executables on our clients so they have only what we need to run our vanilla jobs. We delete “dangerous” commands like condor_q and condor_q++ and condor_reschedule and condor_history because we don’t want our users talking directly to Condor (we push them through our meta scheduler interface). Tools that never get used can go like condor_compile and stork_q. Technically you only need bin/, sbin/, lib/ and maybe libexec/ so you can dump etc/, man/, src/ and include/. It really depends on what you want to do with your clients. If you’re going to run vanilla-only jobs you can lose a fair number of the binaries.