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Re: [Condor-users] pstree for condor jobs?
- Date: Tue, 14 Mar 2006 18:22:35 -0500
- From: Armen Babikyan <armenb@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [Condor-users] pstree for condor jobs?
My output of "condor_q -dag" looks exactly like the output for
"condor_q". I just upgraded to 6.7.17 from 6.7.16, and had the problem
Peter F. Couvares wrote:
Have you tried "condor_q -dag"? That does exactly what you want, I
think, although it's limited to one level of nesting.
You can also always construct your own queries with "condor_q -
constraint 'DAGManJobId == xyz'", etc.
I have an experiment with nested DAGs and thousands of submit files.
Condor seems to associate one submit file to one job, including
Is there an easy way I can see the nested hierarchy of jobs in my DAG
tree? Or somehow get a higher-level grouping of all the jobs
with one of my "experiments"? I'd like this functionality so as to
multiple experiments at once, and to kill off experiments that have
problems/bugs that are discovered after invocation.
I could probably do this by parsing the log file for the highest-level
DAG submit file, but I'd have to be a little clumsy about making sure
the experiment is still running, and cross-reference that list with
jobs are actually running. I'm just wondering if there's a simpler
to do this.
Essentially I'm looking for a 'pstree'-equivalent for Condor (where
condor_dagman invokes nested jobs). Has anyone written such a utility
and is willing to share?
MIT Lincoln Laboratory
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