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Re: [Condor-users] Quill: "globaljobid" of "jobs_horizontal_history"Table

What do you mean about a "JOB"?
If we consider a PROGRAM, that is executed several times, and each execution is called a "JOB", then I would like statistics for that PROGRAM.
So, what does the Quill offer? Statistics per "program", or just per "execution", not taking into account that you have executed the same program several times?

2009/4/7 Ian Chesal <ICHESAL@xxxxxxxxxx>
> Is it possible to obtain this from the Quill?

I haven't worked with Quill 2.0, but I have worked with the original
implementation of Quill and yes: this is possible.

> What does the "globaljobid" attribute of "jobs_horizontal_history"
table represent?

GlobalJobID is an ID for a job that is unique across an entire Condor
pool. The standard <cluster>.<proc> notation we use to address jobs is
only unique to a single scheduler. Two schedulers in your system can
both have a 100.1 job in their queues and in their history tables. The
GlobalJobID adds additional information to the cluster and process
integers to create a string that is unique for this job across an entire

- Ian

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