Thanks for your help,
condor-users-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:condor-users-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx] On
Behalf Of Douglas Clayton
The changes to preemption should not have caused any difference in matchmaking between jobs and machines. To find out why jobs are not matching, you can get the list of requirements for all jobs by running:
condor_q -format "%s." ClusterId -format "%s: " ProcId -format " %s\n" Requirements
Unfortunately, condor_q -better-analyze (which gives more detailed information about why jobs are not matching) is not yet supported on Windows.
Also, restarting all machines does the equivalent of a condor_reconfig -all, so there is no reason to run that command after restarting.
On Feb 20, 2009, at 5:18 PM, Alas, Alex [FEDI] wrote:
Thanks for replying to my e-mail,
I started testing the pool again after the changes you suggested but now it looks like some nodes are rejecting the jobs due to the requirements of the jobs. This are jobs that I ran before the changes and they were no rejected by any of the CPU nodes. Before there were 8 machines that were rejecting the job after restarting the condor service on both only one accepted the jobs, leaving only one with the condition of rejecting jobs. Can the changes I made be responsible for this behavior? Is there a way to list the job requirement? Should I issue a condor_reconfig –all, what I did after the changes was to restart on each machine the condor service, starting from the negotiator machine to all the condor startd machines,
Thanks in advance for your input,