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[HTCondor-users] Schedd restart reports.
- Date: Wed, 20 Jan 2016 10:27:11 -0600
- From: Amy Bush <amy@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: [HTCondor-users] Schedd restart reports.
I just upgraded from 8.2.9 to 8.4.3 yesterday, and I've started getting
a flood of mail from condor. At first I thought it was a one-time thing
for each machine, as it noticed the new version, but I've now come to
realize that I'm getting an email every time the scheduler restarts on a
Subject: [Condor] Schedd restart report for hostname.
This is an automated email from the Condor system
on machine "hostname". Do not reply.
The schedd hostname restarted at 01/20/16 10:17:22.
It attempted to reconnect to machines where its jobs may still be
All reconnect attempts have finished.
Here is a summary of the reconnect attempts:
0 total jobs where reconnecting is possible
0 reconnects are still being attempted
0 reconnects weren't attempted because the lease expired before the
0 reconnects failed
0 reconnects were interrupted by job removal or other event
0 reconnects succeeded
I guess this wouldn't be so bad, if it was infrequent, but we have a
public lab where the condor daemons get killed every time a user logs in
on the console, then restarted when they log out, so I'm getting a TON
of this mail.
I dug through the release notes for 8.4.3 and a few versions back, until
my eyes started to bleed a little, but didn't see any mention of this.
There's a lot of versions between 8.4.3 and 8.2.9, though, so I might
have missed it.
Was this a feature that was added? And if so.. is there an off switch?