condor_pool_job_report (1) - Linux Manuals
condor_pool_job_report generate report about all jobs that have run in the last 24 hours on all execute hosts
condor_pool_job_report is a Linux-only tool that is designed to be run nightly using cron . It is intended to be run on the central manager, or another machine that has administrative permissions, and is able to fetch the condor_startd history logs from all of the condor_startd daemons in the pool. After fetching these logs, condor_pool_job_report then generates a report about job run times and mails it to administrators, as defined by configuration variable CONDOR_ADMIN .
condor_pool_job_report will exit with a status value of 0 (zero) upon success, and it will exit with the value 1 (one) upon failure.
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