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Re: [Condor-users] Tracing why nodes reject jobs?
- Date: Thu, 15 Jul 2010 11:16:02 -0500
- From: David Kotz <dkotz@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [Condor-users] Tracing why nodes reject jobs?
Have you tried using -better-analyze, rather than -analyze? It will
give more details. It certainly doesn't always answer my questions, but
it often does.
On Thu, 2010-07-15 at 11:52 -0400, Jonathan D. Proulx wrote:
> Hi All,
> I have a user who queued a couple hundred identical Standard Universe
> jobs (well the parameters were a little different but the class ads
> were the same), most completed but 15 are hanging aroundin idle state
> after having accumulated some runtime, but will no longer match any
> execute nodes:
> ID OWNER SUBMITTED RUN_TIME ST PRI SIZE CMD
> 78745.005: Run analysis summary. Of 429 machines,
> 19 are rejected by your job's requirements
> 410 reject your job because of their own requirements
> 0 match but are serving users with a better priority
> in the pool
> 0 match but reject the job for unknown reasons
> 0 match but will not currently preempt their existing job
> 0 match but are currently offline
> ) are available to run your job
> Last successful match: Tue Jul 617:33:30 2010
> Last failed match: Thu Jul 15 11:46:30 2010
> Reason for last match failure: no match found
> The 19 rejected for Job requirements are clear (wrong ARCH), the 410
> for node rrequirements is odd in several ways:
> 1) there are 410 total systems available and 344 are currently claimed
> so I'd expect those to be either "match but are serving users with a
> better priority in the pool" or "match but will not currently preempt
> their existing job"
> 2) clearly they used to match some or the job wouldn't have had runtime
> Where/how can I see why a specific node rejects a given job?
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