condor_submit_workers(1)

NAME

condor_submit_workers - submit work_queue_worker to the Condor grid.

SYNOPSIS

****condor_submit_workers [options] <servername> <port> <num-workers>****

or

****condor_submit_workers [options] --manager-name <name> <num-workers>****

DESCRIPTION

condor_submit_workers schedules the execution of work_queue_worker(1) on a grid managed by Condor through its job submission interface, condor_submit. The number of work_queue_worker scheduled and run is given by the num-workers argument.

The servername and port arguments specify the hostname and port number of the manager for the work_queue_worker to connect. Alternatively, this information can be obtained from the catalog server by specifying the name of the work queue using the --manager-name parameter.

OPTIONS

  • -M --manager-name Name of the preferred manager for worker.
  • -N --name Same as -M (backwards compatibility).
  • -C --catalog Set catalog server to . format: HOSTNAME:PORT.
  • -t --timeout Abort after this amount of idle time (default=900s).
  • -d --debug Enable debugging on worker for this subsystem (try -d all to start).
  • -w --tcp-window-size Set TCP window size
  • -i --min-backoff Set initial value for backoff interval when worker fails to connect to a manager. (default=1s)
  • -b --max-backoff Set maxmimum value for backoff interval when worker fails to connect to a manager. (default=60s)
  • -z --disk-threshold Set available disk space threshold (in MB). When exceeded worker will clean up and reconnect. (default=100MB)
  • -A --arch Set architecture string for the worker to report to manager instead of the value in uname.
  • -O --os Set operating system string for the worker to report to manager instead of the value in uname.
  • -s --workdir Set the location for creating the working directory of the worker.
  • -P --password Password file to authenticate workers to manager.
  • -E --worker-options <> Extra options passed to work_queue_worker

  • --cores cores Set the number of cores each worker should use (0=auto). (default=1)

  • --memory size Manually set the amonut of memory (in MB) reported by this worker.
  • --disk size Manually set the amount of disk (in MB) reported by this worker.

  • -r --requirements <> Condor requirements expression.

  • --class-ad Extra condor class ad. May be specified multiple times.
  • --autosize Condor will automatically size the worker to the slot.
  • --docker-universe Run worker inside using condor's docker universe

  • -h,--help Show help message.

EXIT STATUS

On success, returns zero. On failure, returns non-zero.

EXAMPLES

Submit 10 worker instances to run on Condor and connect to a specific manager:

condor_submit_workers manager.somewhere.edu 9123 10

Submit 10 work_queue_worker instances to run on Condor in auto mode with their preferred project name set to Project_A and abort timeout set to 3600 seconds:

condor_submit_workers -a -t 3600 -M Project_A 10

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SEE ALSO

CCTools 8.0.0 DEVELOPMENT released on