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Re: [Condor-users] Purging user priorities

The history is set in /local/stage1/condor/spool/Accountantnew.log
which shouldn't be modified while condor is running.

condor_userprio -delete user will
kill individual users from showing up in condor_userprio output.


On Thu, 23 Mar 2006, Terrence Martin wrote:


We recently implemented groups on our cluster to try to get a more
accurate distribution of resources. As part of that we wanted to purge
any existing priorities. Is there a way to get condor to completely
forget about its users in a running system? condor_userprio -resetall
does not seem to completely do the job as I still have users with
priorities that go back for some time.


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