ClassAd attributes vary, depending on the entity producing the ClassAd. Therefore, each ClassAd has an attribute named MyType, which describes the type of ClassAd. In addition, the condor_collector appends attributes to any daemon’s ClassAd, whenever the condor_collector is queried. These additional attributes are listed in the unnumbered subsection labeled ClassAd Attributes Added by the condor_collector on the ClassAd Attributes Added by the condor_collector page.

Here is a list of defined values for MyType, as well as a reference to a list attributes relevant to that type.

Accounting

The condor_negotiator keeps persistent records for every submitter who has every submitted a job to the pool, containing total usage and priority information. Attributes in the accounting ad are listed and described in Accounting ClassAd Attributes The accounting ads for active users can be queried with the condor_userprio command, or the accounting ads for all users, including historical ones can be queried with condor_userprio -negotiator. Accounting ads hold information about total usage over the user’s HTCondor lifetime, but submitter ads hold instantaneous information.

Collector

Each condor_collector daemon describes its state. ClassAd attributes that appear in a Collector ClassAd are listed and described in the unnumbered subsection labeled Collector ClassAd Attributes on the Collector ClassAd Attributes page. These ads can be shown by running condor_status -collector.

DaemonMaster

Each condor_master daemon describes its state. ClassAd attributes that appear in a DaemonMaster ClassAd are listed and described in the unnumbered subsection labeled DaemonMaster ClassAd Attributes on the DaemonMaster ClassAd Attributes. These ads can be shown by running condor_status -master.

Defrag

Each condor_defrag daemon describes its state. ClassAd attributes that appear in a Defrag ClassAd are listed and described in the unnumbered subsection labeled Defrag ClassAd Attributes on the Defrag ClassAd Attributes page. This ad can be shown by running condor_status -defrag.

Job

Each submitted job describes its state, for use by the condor_negotiator daemon in finding a machine upon which to run the job. ClassAd attributes that appear in a job ClassAd are listed and described in the unnumbered subsection labeled Job ClassAd Attributes on the Job ClassAd Attributes page. These ads can be shown by running condor_q.

Machine

Each machine in the pool (and hence, the condor_startd daemon running on that machine) describes its state. ClassAd attributes that appear in a machine ClassAd are listed and described in the unnumbered subsection labeled Machine ClassAd Attributes on the Machine ClassAd Attributes page. These ads can be shown by running condor_status.

Negotiator

Each condor_negotiator daemon describes its state. ClassAd attributes that appear in a Negotiator ClassAd are listed and described in the unnumbered subsection labeled Negotiator ClassAd Attributes on the Negotiator ClassAd Attributes page. This ad can be shown by running condor_status -negotiator.

Scheduler

Each condor_schedd daemon describes its state. ClassAd attributes that appear in a Scheduler ClassAd are listed and described in the unnumbered subsection labeled Scheduler ClassAd Attributes on the Scheduler ClassAd Attributes page. These ads can be shown by running condor_status -scheduler.

Submitter

Each submitter is described by a ClassAd. ClassAd attributes that appear in a Submitter ClassAd are listed and described in the unnumbered subsection labeled Submitter ClassAd Attributes on the Submitter ClassAd Attributes page. These ads can be shown run running condor_status -submitter.

In addition, statistics are published for each DaemonCore daemon. These attributes are listed and described in the unnumbered subsection labeled DaemonCore Statistics Attributes on the :doc:/classad-attributes/daemon-core-statistics-attributes` page.