How about the last slot and machine the job was run on?
How long ago the job was running or evicted.
I'd also like to see slot for each job in condor_q if not running last slot used or empty if none.
Andrey Kuznetsov <akuznet1@xxxxxxxx>
I considered it a "missing flag", because I need the number of idle jobs in the queue.......thanks, your solution works for now.
As for a different output format with the -idle flag:
show "how often the job has been evicted so far", comes to mind.
On Friday, October 18, 2013 5:00 AM, John (TJ) Knoeller <johnkn@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
condor_q -constraint "JobStatus==1"
will show only idle jobs.
condor_q -hold and condor_q -run do more than just count jobs in a
they also show different information about the job than the default
condor_q output does.
What different headings would you want for idle jobs?
On 10/15/2013 12:32 AM, Stub wrote:
> I was just wondering why this option is missing.
> We do have
> condor_q -hold
> condor_q -run
> In fact, I need to check how many jobs in my cluster number 503 are idle, and I hoped to do this:
> condor_q -idle 503
> But alas. Of course I can achieve this with shell scripting and pipe the output, but I wondered why "-idle" is not there....
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