condor_wait (1) - Linux Man Pages
condor_wait Wait for jobs to finish
Synopsiscondor_wait [ -help -version ]
condor_wait [ -debug ] [ -status ] [ -echo ] [ -wait seconds ] [ -num number-of-jobs ] log-file [ job ID ]
condor_wait watches a job event log file (created with the log command within a submit description file) and returns when one or more jobs from the log have completed or aborted.
Because condor_wait expects to find at least one job submitted event in the log file, at least one job must have been successfully submitted with condor_submit before condor_wait is executed.
condor_wait will wait forever for jobs to finish, unless a shorter wait time is specified.
- Display usage information
- Display version information
- Show extra debugging information.
- Show job start and terminate information.
- Print the events out to stdout .
- Wait no more than the integer number of seconds . The default is unlimited time.
- Wait for the integer number-of-jobs jobs to end. The default is all jobs in the log file.
- The name of the log file to watch for information about the job.
- A specific job or set of jobs to watch. If the job ID is only the job ClassAd attribute ClusterId , then condor_wait waits for all jobs with the given ClusterId . If the job ID is a pair of the job ClassAd attributes, given by ClusterId . ProcId , then condor_wait waits for the specific job with this job ID . If this option is not specified, all jobs that exist in the log file when condor_wait is invoked will be watched.
condor_wait is an inexpensive way to test or wait for the completion of a job or a whole cluster, if you are trying to get a process outside of HTCondor to synchronize with a job or set of jobs.
It can also be used to wait for the completion of a limited subset of jobs, via the -num option.
This command waits for all jobs that exist in logfile to complete.
condor_wait logfile 40
This command waits for all jobs that exist in logfile with a job ClassAd attribute ClusterId of 40 to complete.
condor_wait -num 2 logfile
This command waits for any two jobs that exist in logfile to complete.
condor_wait logfile 40.1
This command waits for job 40.1 that exists in logfile to complete.
condor_wait -wait 3600 logfile 40.1
This waits for job 40.1 to complete by watching logfile , but it will not wait more than one hour (3600 seconds).
condor_wait exits with 0 if and only if the specified job or jobs have completed or aborted. condor_wait returns 1 if unrecoverable errors occur, such as a missing log file, if the job does not exist in the log file, or the user-specified waiting time has expired.
AuthorCenter for High Throughput Computing, University of Wisconsin-Madison
CopyrightCopyright (C) 1990-2015 Center for High Throughput Computing, Computer Sciences Department, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI. All Rights Reserved. Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0.
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