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Re: [Condor-users] need help with condor hooks

What kind of strain would that put on a CM? Could be considerable for even a smaller pool if the job turnover rate is high. CM machines aren't not usually spec'ed to handle a high number of concurrent, condor-related threads. A scheduler-side hook, perhaps run by the Shadow, would seem to make more sense since these machines are expected to be doing a lot of condor-related concurrent processing.

Andre, why do you need it to run from the central manager specifically?

- Ian

Ian Chesal

Cycle Computing, LLC
Leader in Open Compute Solutions for Clouds, Servers, and Desktops
Enterprise Condor Support and Management Tools


On Wednesday, 24 August, 2011 at 4:38 PM, Matthew Farrellee wrote:

On 08/24/2011 04:33 PM, Andre Charbonneau wrote:
I would like to have an executable called on the condor central manager
when a job completes/finishes. In the Condor documentation, I found ways
to do that using hooks, but these hooks are called by the startd and
starter daemon on the resource that ran the job.

Does anyone know of a way to implement this on the central manager side?

Thanks a lot!

google - site:lists.cs.wisc.edu/archive/condor-users/ hooks


Short answer is there's no hook for that. But an RFE sounds like it
would have at least two users, likely a few dozen.


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