anonymous
  • anonymous
Is anyone familiar with Condor computing? I need to know what the executable file is, I've tried google to no avail...they have information on everything BUT that...
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anonymous
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Condor has a variety of command line executables, listed as follows: These executables are all in reference from ~condor/condor/bin/: condor_checkpoint Send a 'checkpoint' command to jobs on specified hosts In the Computer Science department, the checkpoint server is queeg... condor_compile Recompile a program with Condor libraries included (for Standard Universe only) condor_history View log of completed Condor jobs condor_prio Change processing priority of Condor jobs condor_q Display information about jobs in queue condor_reschedule Reschedule a Condor job condor_rm Remove a Condor job from queue condor_run Submit a job to Condor from command line condor_status Display Condor status information about flock condor_submit Submit a job to Condor through config file (see below) condor_vacate Force a job to move from a specified host condor_version Report version information about Condor

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