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System Status: Condor

  • Landscape LPC and User batch summary for LPC farm
    • Authenticate to Landscape "CMS LPC Grafana" with your CERN grid certificate
    • "LPC Job Summary" shows the overall jobs for all users
    • "User Job Summary" - choose which user, and look at currently running jobs. From that page, also choose "User Batch History"

  • From the command line on cmslpc-sl6: condor_status -submitters, and condor_userprio, as described on the cmslpc batch systems web page

  • More command line tricks (each command is one line at prompt):
    • condor_status -submitters
    • condor_status -schedd
    • condor_status -run
    • condor_userprio
    • What kind of jobs do users have running in the pool?
      • condor_q -g -all -run -af Owner RequestCpus RequestMemory | sort | uniq -c
      • Results are shown with #jobs Owner RequestCpus RequestMemory
    • What kind of slots are available to run jobs?
      • condor_status -const 'State=?="Unclaimed" && (Memory/(1000*cpus))>2' -pool cmssrv208.fnal.gov -af:h cpus memory | sort | uniq -c
      •       1 1    3328
              1 1    3728
              1 1    5528
              1 1    6628
              2 1    7528
              1 1    9328
              1 2    7528
              1 2    7828
              1 2    7928
              1 cpus memory
        
      • In this example, there is a slot with 2 cores and 7928 MB of memory that can run a job.
    • How many CPUs are free?
      • condor_status -const 'State=?="Unclaimed" && (Memory/(1000*cpus))>2' -pool cmssrv208.fnal.gov -af:h cpus | sort | uniq -c
    • What's the average wait time for a job?
      • https://landscape.fnal.gov/, click on "CMS LPC Grafana", authenticate with your CMS grid certificate, and see that and much more on this page
    • What are the job sizes running in the pool?
      • condor_status -const 'State=?="Claimed"' -pool cmssrv208.fnal.gov -af:h cpus memory | sort | uniq -c
      •       4 1    10000
             32 1    2000
            975 1    2100
            552 1    3000
             20 1    4200
             16 1    5000
            656 1    6000
            100 8    15000
              1 cpus memory
        
      • Here, there are 4 single core jobs asking for 10GB of memory (row 1), 32 single core jobs asking for 2GB of memory (row 2) ....... a hundred 8 core jobs asking for 15GB (2nd last row)
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