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Re: [Condor-users] condor_q -better -analyze equivalent on windows?

There are only a limited number of platforms that condor_q -better-analyze
works on. INTEL linux and X86_64 linux are two. I don't remember the details but it depends on (or at one time did depend on) using the new classad library which is not ported to a lot of the currently-supported condor platforms. I believe this
was going to be resolved by converting condor_q -better-analyze to
use the old classad library.  Comments?

Steve Timm

On Mon, 28 Jan 2008, Steven Platt wrote:


Is there a Windows to equivalent to the condor_q -better -analyze
From examples and list discussions -better -analyze looks like an
excellent diagnostic that I'd like to make use of. When I try I get the
message "Sorry, the -better-analyze option is not available on this

Condor version 6.8.8
Platform: Windows XP/2000

Apologies for the newbie question, but I've looked through the list/docs
and can't find the answer.



Steve Platt
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