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Re: [condor-users] Limitations in DAGman
I used DAGman with multiple job submission ( simply since I didn't read
the manual and didn't know of that limit of one job ). There was one
problem of specifying a log file. The point is that DAGman monitors all
the events using log file. So if your DAGman nodes write to different
log files, DAGman fails. However if you force all of them to report to
the same log, everything seems to work fine. Although officially this
behavior is not supported, it worths trying on your DAG.
On Thu, 2003-09-04 at 20:49, Joe Rinkovsky wrote:
> I was wondering if anyone could explain why DAGman is limited to
> submitting only one job per submit file. The application we are working
> on relies on the fact that condor is submitting 100 jobs per submit file.
> We are currently accomplishing this by placing "queue 100" at the end of
> our submit files.
> We want to use DAGman with this application but as mentioned above this
> is not currently possibly. Has anyone else encountered anything similar?
> How did you work around it? Currently the best solution we have come up
> with is to simply generate 10 submit files per job.
> Any input would be greatly appreciated.
> --Joe Rinkovsky
> UNIX Systems Support Group
> Research and Academic Computing
> Indiana University
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