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Re: [HTCondor-users] condor (down) nodes status



Ah, not great…  I guess I’d be able to work that around with a script parsing the history (but parsing classads might not be that easy for the newbies that I am), or even just by building an auto-updated “nodes” file with puppet...

I’m wondering though how people do debug batch issues if they can’t even identify there are failing nodes from a batchsystem point of view ?


I guess people have monitoring scripts checking for the presence of a stard process (at least), and probably some other trivial things (but which ones ?) in order to be sure the start processes are correctly registered in the pool ?




De : HTCondor-users [mailto:htcondor-users-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx] De la part de Marc Volovic
Envoyé : mardi 1 juillet 2014 12:42
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Objet : Re: [HTCondor-users] condor (down) nodes status


You can see drained nodes with condor_status.

For nodes that are down, that is a more difficult question – I'd do it using an external means.


From: HTCondor-users [mailto:htcondor-users-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of SCHAER Frederic
Sent: Tuesday, July 01, 2014 1:14 PM
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Subject: [HTCondor-users] condor (down) nodes status




I’m used to torque, in which there is a “pbsnodes –l” command that displays nodes that are down or drained.

Strangely, I don’t find how to see this information in condor : what would be the condor way of finding this information ?


I’m sure this can become hard when the pool is dynamic, but even then there must be traces of nodes which belonged to the pool “one day” or in the last X days ?