I have reproduced part of your problem. I see MyType and TargetType getting set to "(unknown type)". This is indeed unexpected. This problem appears to have been introduced in 7.5.0 in the switch to the new ClassAd library.
I have not reproduced the problem where condor_status -l <name> stops working. I'm working with the latest development code. What version are you using?
On 10/19/10 3:53 PM, Derek Weitzel wrote:
Hi, I'm experimenting with using offline ads. When the Negotiator matches the offline ad with a job, the classad changes: MyType = "Machine" -> MyType = "(unknown type)" and TargetType = "Job" ->TargetType = "(unknown type)" Also, I can see the classad with condor_status -any, but I am unable to get any information about it with condor_status -l <name>. Before the Negotiator matches, I am able to do a condor_status -l <name>. The Offline log when matched: 103 <offline@offline-temp,10.158.27.28> AuthenticatedIdentity "dweitzel@xxxxxxxxxxx" 103 <offline@offline-temp,10.158.27.28> MachineLastMatchTime 1287520761 103 <offline@offline-temp,10.158.27.28> TargetType "(unknown type)" 103 <offline@offline-temp,10.158.27.28> MyType "(unknown type)" This ad is advertised using: condor_advertise UPDATE_STARTD_AD <file> Derek Weitzel Graduate Research Assistant University of Nebraska Holland Computing Center_______________________________________________ Condor-users mailing list To unsubscribe, send a message to condor-users-request@xxxxxxxxxxx with a subject: Unsubscribe You can also unsubscribe by visiting https://lists.cs.wisc.edu/mailman/listinfo/condor-users The archives can be found at: https://lists.cs.wisc.edu/archive/condor-users/