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Re: [Condor-users] Getting Virtual Machines Status
- Date: Thu, 11 Dec 2008 13:48:16 -0800
- From: "Jaeyoung Yoon" <jaeyoungyoon@xxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [Condor-users] Getting Virtual Machines Status
Basically, Condor advertises only three VM attributes of
"VM_Guest_Mac, VM_Guest_IP, and VM_Guest_Mem" in startd classAd.
If you want to update some values about VM into either machine classAD
or job classAD, the question should be same as "how can we dynamically
update job ClassAd or machine ClassAd". I guess there might be some
ways to update classAd on runtime but I don't have any clues about it.
For your reference, the display name of the running VM is created with
the combination of three attributes in job classAd like
"User_ClusterId_ProcId" where '@' in User is replaced with '_'.
On Thu, Dec 11, 2008 at 3:20 AM, Johnson koil Raj <johnson.raj@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> can we get more information through classAds about the running VM
> other then VM_Guest_Mac, VM_Guest_IP, VM_Guest_Mem. I need the the
> values like display name of the Virtual Machine which was updated by
> thanks in Advance
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