Difference: Condor (8 vs. 9)

Revision 92010-03-03 - WilliamSeligman

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Batch Services at Nevis

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  • If you use condor a lot, other users will tend to get higher priority when they submit jobs.
  • If your job takes more than an hour to run, there's a chance it will be pre-empted; that chance increases the longer the job runs.
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If you use the vanilla environment (see below), as most users at Nevis must, for a job to be "pre-empted" means that it is killed and will be re-started from the beginning when a machine becomes available.
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If you use the vanilla environment (see below), as most users at Nevis must, for a job to be "pre-empted" means that it is suspended and until that same machine has an available queue.
 

What processing power is available

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  We have discovered that the vanilla environment described in the Condor manual does not behave exactly as documented at Nevis. The following advice may be helpful:
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Unless you've specifically used the condor_compile command to compile your programs, you must submit your jobs in the "vanilla" universe. In particular, the Athena and D0 distribution kits do not use condor_compile, and must have the following line in a command script that makes use of those kits:
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Unless you've specifically used the condor_compile command to compile your programs, you must submit your jobs in the "vanilla" universe. Any program that uses shared libraries cannot use condor_compile, and this includes most of the physics software at Nevis. Therefore, you are almost certainly required to have the following line in a command script:
 
universe = vanilla
 
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