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Re: [Condor-users] format for timestamps with condor_q -format?

On Tue, 7 Mar 2006, Steven Timm wrote:

Is there any way to take the various time fields
that appear in condor_q -long
QDate, JobStartDate, etc
and use condor_q -format to put them in a human-readable format
instead of number of seconds since the epoch?

Steve Timm

Here is a program written in lex that I have used to convert the dates
and times into readable form.  I haven't checked whether the regexp
matches all and only date/time values printed by condor_q -l.


 * $Id: condor_q-filter.l,v 1.1 2004/08/05 19:07:01 yindw Exp $
 * This program scans the output of "condor_q -l" and converts times
 * expressed as seconds since 1970 January 1 into readable form.
 * To use this program, run
 *   condor_q -l -name <schedd> <cluster.id> | condor_q-filter
 * where <schedd> is the name of the Condor submit queue and
 * <cluster.id> is the job number.
 * To compile this program, run
 *   flex condor_q-filter.l
 *   gcc -o condor_q-filter lex.yy.c -ll

#include <stdio.h>
#include <string.h>
#include <time.h>

char label[64], readable_time[26];
time_t thetime;



^[A-Z][a-zA-Z]+[ ]=[ ][1-9][0-9]{9}$ {
  sscanf(yytext,"%s = %ld",label,&thetime);
  printf("%s = %s  (%d)",label,readable_time,thetime);

.       ECHO;

int main () {

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