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Re: [Condor-users] how to set a whole domain's priority?

Hi Yu,

Although it is not perfect, the best solution I can think of to your
problem is a cron job. Quick hack of an example:

condor_userprio -allusers | awk '/@/{print $1} {}' | while read user
case "$user" in
( *@domain1 ) factor=100 ;;
( *@domain2 ) factor=1000 ;;
condor_userprio -setfactor $user $factor

In order to avoid having new users show up with a better priority than
they should have, you could use DEFAULT_PRIO_FACTOR and/or
REMOTE_PRIO_FACTOR to start everyone off with a very high factor, which
would then be adjusted by the cron job when it gets around to running.


Yu Fu wrote:

> Hi there,
> How can I set priority of all users of a certain domain to a same
> value? For example, I have a couple of domains: domain1, domain2,
> domain3, I want to set the priority factor of all users in domain1 to
> 5, how can I do it? I know I can do it by "condor_userprio -setfactor
> user1@domain1 <mailto:user1@domain1> 5" ..., but since there are
> hundreds of users in each domain, this way needs to execute the
> command hundreds of times and thus very annoying. Is there a better
> way to do this?
> Thanks,
> Yu