On Wednesday, 7 September, 2011 at 3:42 PM, Todd Tannenbaum wrote:
Simple suggestion: instead of $(PID), use $(PPID) which will use the
parent pid. So now you will have a separate starter log per startd
instead of a separate starter log per starter. Perhaps this is all you
More complicated but general suggestion: Anything in the config can be
overridden via the environment - you can set STARTER_LOG via an
environment variable _condor_STARTER_LOG. Condor daemons inherit the
environment from there parent.
Combine this with the config knob
(for descip of this knob see
and I think we have a general solution. So if you wanted
StarterLog.S1.slotX, StarterLog.S2.slotX, ...
I am hoping all you need to do is add the following to your config above:
STARTD1_ENVIRONMENT = "_condor_STARTER_LOG=StarterLog.S1"
STARTD2_ENVIRONMENT = "_condor_STARTER_LOG=StarterLog.S2"
Disclaimer: The above suggestions are off the top of my head, I didn't
Ian, hope the above helps. If it does... could I twist your arm to
volunteer to write a HOWTO on the wiki that captures your recipe for
configuring a multi-startd setup? :)