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Re: [Condor-users] DAGMan queue query

--- "R. Kent Wenger" <wenger@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Just a note here -- from the section of the manual
> you reference, I assume
> you're running Condor 6.6.x (DAGMan is section 2.12
> in the 6.7.x manual).
> Anyhow, as of 6.7.18, the above submit file *is*
> legal for a DAG node job.
> DAGMan still can't deal with a single condor_submit
> generating multiple
> clusters, though, so that does put some limitations
> on what you can
> do.  But the above example is fine.
> Note that, as Erik alludes to above, if the node has
> to get retried,
> all 100 job procs will get re-run, even if 99 of
> them succeeded the first
> time.  Basically, if any of the job procs fail, the
> whole node is
> considered failed.
> Kent Wenger
> Condor Team
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Thank you all. 
My apologies for not consulting the 6.7 docs before

Just to beat this question to death some more, am I
right in saying that I'd only need >=6.7.18 on the
submit m/c as DAGMan/scheduler universe jobs run

The rest of the pool can remain on 6.6.x?

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