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Re: [Condor-users] Which condor statistics are you interested in
- Date: Tue, 31 May 2011 19:45:09 -0400
- From: Mag Gam <magawake@xxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [Condor-users] Which condor statistics are you interested in
Thankyou for looking into this.
Here is my wish list:
* Better efficiency of condor_q -direct schedd , I understand its not
kosher to run this command too many times. I would like this to scale
* Fix, condor_q -direct schedd -run 's '?????' problem. One way I
fixed this problem is by adding more schedulers and having submitters
use different schedulers. This is a scalability issue I assume.
* condor_status -submitters show Unix (or system userid) instead of
AccountingGroups. A user can belong to multiple accounting groups
which can cause confusion.
* A better way to store statistics of the pool. Quill is ok but
something a bit more central. For instance the collector should store
historical stats of the pool which would include: what user ran on
what machine? how many machines were available at time,T? kind of a
like a snapshot (or sar) of the pool.
How do these sound?
On Tue, May 31, 2011 at 5:34 PM, Nathan Panike <nwp@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Dear Condor users:
> Todd asked TJ Knoeller and I to write up a design document for statistics.
> Erik Erlandson from RedHat has already implemented some statistics in the
> current development version of Condor; I want to know if there is anything
> else that users are interested in. You can see our initial ideas for
> development by going to
> and downloading our draft "condor-stats.pdf"
> or going directly to my web page and downloading
> Please send any comments to me (nwp@xxxxxxxxxxx), TJ Knoeller
> (johnkn@xxxxxxxxxxx), or you may comment at the CondorWiki above, if you have a
> login in the CondorWiki.
> Nathan Panike
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