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Re: [Condor-users] How do you capture error and output streams from badput runs ?

Hi James,

Maybe I'm misunderstanding you but how about the 

stream_output = True
stream_error = True 

in the submit file -- this way you get the output and
error back as the job proceeds.


--- James Osborne <osborneja1@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Hi All
> I have a user that would like to be able to capture
> the error and output streams from each condor
> job they run, sounds simple initially, but they want
> to capture those streams for each individual
> job, even if that job fails to run to completion on
> a given machine.  Bear in mind that our Condor
> pool is a Windows pool and that checkpointing is not
> supported.  Basically we want to capture the
> error and output streams so we can understand badput
> - which may mean trying to capture multiple
> badput error and output streams per job before we
> get the final goodput version.  This is not a
> problem with the log file since it is appended
> rather than overwritten.
> Does anybody have any suggestions ?
> Thanks in advance
> James
> ---
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