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Re: [Condor-users] job numbers and run locations problem
- Date: Wed, 1 Feb 2012 16:35:45 -0600
- From: Mike Fienen <mike@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [Condor-users] job numbers and run locations problem
Thanks for the quick response Nathan!
the condor_q -run solution, indeed, points me to the correct slot and machine. However, I still see how to determine the precise location of the run.
I failed to mention, before, that I'm running on Windows (unfortunately) so condor_ssh_to_job isn't an option......
On Feb 1, 2012, at 4:32 PM, Nathan Panike wrote:
> condor_q -run will give you that information: e.g.
> $ condor_q -run
> 946396.2 nwp 2/1 15:42 0+00:02:02 slot1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> So you see that job 946396.2 is running on luigi
>> I'm running Condor jobs and would like to be able to connect job numbers with physical locations. I can't seem to interpret the log files correctly, though.
>> In a specific job's logfile, I see a line like this:
>> 001 (218.102.000) 01/04 11:46:52 Job executing on host: <22.214.171.124:63852>
>> If I go to that machine, I see the directories are made in the "execute" folder called dir_####.
>> So, how can I determine which directory job 218.102.000 is running in? There is not a folder called dir_63852, so I cannot connect the run with the location.
> Try condor_ssh_to_job, and run /bin/pwd there.
>> Any help would be greatly appreciated!
>> Michael Fienen, Ph. D.
>> Research Hydrologist, Groundwater Specialist
>> United States Geological Survey
>> Wisconsin Water Science Center
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