I find that when jobs go into hold or Idle immediately after they go into run status there is a problem with the submit file. Jobs that move to the hold status can mean other things, but for me it usually means I made an error in my submit file.
My first guess would be the submit user does not have this drive (D:\) mapped on the client. Are you using load_profile? If not then use UNC paths for everything. If the submit user (depending on how your pool is set up this might be a couple things) does have a mapped drive on the client, then check if the executable will run outside of Condor on your local machine. If the above two tests are vetted, then possibly there is a problem with the central manager communication.
Hope this helps,
From: htcondor-users-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:htcondor-users-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Ralph Finch
$CondorVersion: 7.9.1 Oct 15 2012 BuildID: 70216 $
I'm submitting jobs to the pool and they're all being Held, the reason given is:
I don't understand this because the log files are in fact created in the above directory, with size 0, which I think is normal when nothing is written.
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