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Re: [HTCondor-users] Condor running slow (q,status,submit)

Ok.  We need a bit more information in order to figure out what is happening.  Lets start with the basics.


Are you running 8.8.1 on all of the nodes?

Does the output of  condor_status, show all of your execute nodes?

Does condor_q show your jobs?


if the jobs are getting matches, but failing to start, then the place to look is in the ShadowLog

on the submit machine.   run


condor_config_val shadow_log


on the submit node to find out where that is.  You should expect to see messages indicating that a condor_shadow

has started up, and then it will identify what job it is attempting to run.





From: HTCondor-users <htcondor-users-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx> On Behalf Of Upton, Stephen (Steve) (CIV)
Sent: Monday, March 25, 2019 4:30 PM
To: htcondor-users@xxxxxxxxxxx
Cc: McDonald, Mary (CIV) <mlmcdona@xxxxxxx>
Subject: [HTCondor-users] Condor running slow (q,status,submit)


Hi all,


HTCondor is running really slow, and now itâs not accepting jobs, i.e., when I do a better-analyze, it matches, then subsequently rejects. I had 8.6.1 installed, removed that, and installed 8.8.1, hoping that was the problem. The central manager is on Mac OS10, with several Windows execute nodes. I also have the Mac as an execute and submit node. Iâm sure this is a configuration issue somewhere, but I canât figure out where. I do get a âinit_local_hostname_impl: ipv6_getaddrinfo() could not look upâ in my MasterLog, but I have ENABLE_IPV6 disabled.





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Naval Postgraduate School

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