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Re: [Condor-users] ULOG_IMAGE_SIZE
- Date: Thu, 20 Mar 2008 11:07:40 -0500
- From: Todd Tannenbaum <tannenba@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [Condor-users] ULOG_IMAGE_SIZE
Alexander Dietz wrote:
I am running a DAG on a machine with condor 7.0 and I wonder what the
statement "ULOG_IMAGE_SIZE" means within the output file, e.g.:
3/14 20:44:31 Event: ULOG_IMAGE_SIZE for Condor Node
I searched the documentation for this expression as well as the
condor-page but did not(!) find any hints what this message could be.
Take a peek at section 2.6.6 in the Condor Manual --
From the manual, it says:
Event Name: Image size of job updated
Event Description: This is informational. It is referring to the memory
that the job is using while running.
So what is going on is Condor monitors the image size (memory usage of
the job), and whenever the submit machine receives an update that the
memory usage of the job changed, by default you'll get an information
event in the job log telling you what the new size is.
Maybe someone can give an explanation?
Sure. See above. :)
And maybe things like (e.g.
condor messages) that can be explained better on the condor-page? That
would be really much more convenient as guessing around...
On the "condor-page" ? For better or worse, the bulk of the
documentation on the Condor software is in the Condor Manual. It is
available in print (PDF, Postscript) formats, and it is also online as
The Manual has a reasonably decent index, and in the online version of
the manual, the index is hyperlinked.
Personally, I also have a copy of the Condor Manual on my Palm Treo
phone in Plucker format - rather geeky I know, but I'd be happy to share
it with anyone.
Of course, like most projects, the documentation has room for
improvement. We are trying - contributions welcome. :)
Hope the above helps,