I have entered the following commands in condor_config.local but this is still not working the job keeps on idle for a long time and is not working at all.
DedicatedScheduler = "DedicatedSchedular@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx"
STARTD_EXPRS = $(START_EXPRS), DedicatedScheduler
And I confirm this change with this command
condor_status -const 'DedicatedScheduler =!= Null'
But it dont show anything.
I refer this the presentation, here is the link
Date: Tue, 9 Apr 2013 08:33:11 -0400
Subject: Re: [HTCondor-users] Job Submission in Parallel Universe
There are many config options that are not included in the "default" configuration files created in the installation process.
Also, Condor lets you set up many config files some shared across all hosts others local to a certain host.
I was referencing Andrew's configuration, earlier in this thread. The goal is to identify a unique, dedicated scheduler so that there's no risk of some other scheduler interfering with your Parallel Universe runs. You declare this dedicated scheduler on the machine running the dedicated scheduler by adding to any of its config files:
Then, in the condor_config.local file for every host that will be used to execute parallel jobs, you associate the start daemon with that named scheduler:
(but note my remark above: if you are running Personal Condor you need to include the user name in the host string). Andrew also had some other configuration settings in his example that ensure parallel jobs get properly scheduled. You should look at his code, and also the example provided in your condor installation (mentioned in my earlier post on this thread): $INSTALL_DIR/etc/examples/condor_config.local.dedicated.resource.
This would be a good discussion, along with a nice description of how Parallel Universe jobs compare to other modes, to include in the documentation. Us Condor users could even provide draft versions of this kind of information if we had a developer's Wiki we could update.
On Tue, Apr 9, 2013 at 3:45 AM, Muak rules <muakrules@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
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