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Re: [Condor-users] linux condor Cycle tealing mode

On 03/06/2012 03:49 PM, Ian Chesal wrote:
On Tuesday, 6 March, 2012 at 3:32 PM, Adlimd wrote:

Thank you agin but I do not know which file has this configuration I
mean which file I have to change

You might do well to review the first few chapters of the Condor manual,
but here's the cheat sheet version for you:

You generally want to make these sorts of configuration changes in your
local condor configuration file. It's the file that the
LOCAL_CONFIG_FILE setting points to (see:
If you're using 7.6.x or higher you can also use the LOCAL_CONFIG_DIR
option and just place all of this configuration information in to a file
in that directory (see:

If you have the Condor binaries in your path you can figure out which
file to edit by typing:

condor_config_val local_config_file

Or which directory to put the updates in by typing:

condor_config_val local_config_dir

If you go with the LOCAL_CONFIG_DIR route just make sure that the file
you put this configuration stuff in sorts, lexicographically, last so
its contents override the contents of any other file being loaded from
the directory.

LOCAL_CONFIG_DIR has been around since 6.7.18 (Mar 2003), should s/can also/should/ above.

"condor_config_val -config" is your one stop shop for info on where Condor is getting its config.