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Re: [HTCondor-users] Half of the slots are remaining 'owner' on all machines

If you are running HTCONDOR 7.9.5 or later, you can run

condor_q -better-analyze -reverse -machine <slotname> <jobid>

where <slotname> is the name of as slot that is in OWNER state that you think should not be, and <jobid>
is the cluster id of a job that could run there.

this will analyze the slots START expression and tell you why it's in OWNER state.
(OWNER state means that the START expression always evaluates to true).


On 5/16/2013 10:31 AM, Cody Belcher wrote:
Two of the slots on all of my quad core machines are claimed and running jobs, but the other two stay in the 'Owner' state not allowing jobs to run, effectively cutting my computation power in half. Has anyone seen this phenomenon before and know of a solution?

Thanks in advanced

Cody Belcher
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