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Re: [HTCondor-users] Run each job of a batch on different worker node


Thanks for your response.Â

It does work with condor_status -compact, but the same condition in the job submit file doesn't do the trick of keeping every job on a different worker node.Â

Requirements = Member("username@xxxxxxxx",ChildRemoteUser) =!= True


Requirements = !Member("username@xxxxxxxx",ChildRemoteUser)

I am using partitionable slots.Â

Thanks & Regards,
Vikrant Aggarwal

On Fri, Feb 18, 2022 at 10:27 PM Stefano Dal Pra <stefano.dalpra@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Hello, I think that the Member classad function could do a better work:

Â~]# condor_status -comp -lim 1 -cons 'Member("username@xxxxxxxx",ChildRemoteUser)' Â-af machine Â


On 18/02/22 17:37, ervikrant06@xxxxxxxxx wrote:
Hello Experts,

I was trying to make this _expression_ work but it doesn't give me the node where the job is running with testuser1.Â

condor_status -compact -p testmaster1.com -const 'StringListIMember( "\"testuser1@xxxxxxxx\"", SPLIT(ChildRemoteUser,",") )'

If the above constraint works I assume that I can use the same in job requirements like below.Â

Requirements = !StringListIMember( "\"testuser1@xxxxxxxx\"", SPLIT(ChildRemoteUser,",") )Â

I wanted to run each job of the batch on a different worker node.Â

Any inputs why _expression_ doesn't work?

Thanks & Regards,
Vikrant Aggarwal

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