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Re: [Condor-users] Question about using Condor in a non-Grid environment

That's a good point (applicability of DAGMan). 

However, if the Server Job is a shell script, the script could just start the server (say -- service myservice start) and then could exit.
Condor would think that the shell script is done and hence will mark the job as complete. (Correct me here)
After that, the client apps could be kick started.

However, you cannot guarantee that both the clients would start simultaneously. 
That would depend on resource availability.
However, if you can guarantee resource availability then this one should fly
Consider using NUM_CPUS configuration variable to export more CPUs than you hold.


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