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Re: [Condor-users] can jobs be executed while the condor submitter isturned off ?

No, In my experience the submitter needs to be online until the last jobs’ execution is completed. That is using the default configuration after installing condor in the execute node. Every time I tried either to shutdown or unplug the computer after submitting a set of jobs, the jobs go immediately into the hold state. The reason why I leave it to some more experienced condor user.

I hope this statement at helps a little in your quest of answers,




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Subject: [Condor-users] can jobs be executed while the condor submitter isturned off ?


         I have read the manual and the some presentations carefully, found that during the execution of job, the schedd daemon should watch the progress of executing machine. And for the jobs in the queue, the schedd daemon will maintain the persistent queue, contact the available machines and match the job with executing machines.
        does that mean if I submit several jobs in the queue, the submitter should keep online and contact with the central manager and the executing machine?
        Is that possible after submitting the jobs, the submitter could be shut down, and the central manager takes the response for the whole jobs?  Or are there any other kinds of software could achieve this target?
 Any ideas would be appreciated! Thanks in advance!