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

> This is an accurate assessment.  The problem with this method, as you note, is that while DAGMan can ensure the correct start order, it cannot ensure that the servers actually started correctly.  As far as DAGMan is > concerned the jobs that you call "servers" have completed successfully.  If a server hangs or crashes then you won't be able to tell that from the resource manager -- which partially defeats the purpose of the 
> resource manager.

The script can exit after verifying that the server is up and running and return an error status. I hope that error status can be used to guide dependent jobs using DAGMAN.


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