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- Date: Tue, 13 Mar 2007 22:36:39 -0400
- From: Preston Smith <psmith@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: [Condor-users] "condor_suspend"
I'd like to be able to run a command on a node to suspend all the
jobs on it, much like when I run condor_vacate to get them all out.
I'll call it "condor_suspend" since that doesn't seem to exist.
My first idea on how to do this is to change SUSPEND:
SUSPEND = ( $(KeyboardBusy) || \
( (CpuBusyTime > 2 * $(MINUTE)) \
&& $(ActivationTimer) > 90 ) ) || SuspendMeNow ==
and then something in the reverse for CONTINUE.
My script could then twiddle SuspendMeNow with condor_config_val.
Has anybody else done this before and is willing to share? :)
Is there a smarter way?
Preston Smith <psmith@xxxxxxxxxx>
Systems Research Engineer
Rosen Center for Advanced Computing, Purdue University