Machine ClassAd Attributes

AcceptedWhileDraining

Boolean which indicates if the slot accepted its current job while the machine was draining.

Activity

String which describes HTCondor job activity on the machine. Can have one of the following values:

"Idle"

There is no job activity

"Busy"

A job is busy running

"Suspended"

A job is currently suspended

"Vacating"

A job is currently checkpointing

"Killing"

A job is currently being killed

"Benchmarking"

The startd is running benchmarks

"Retiring"

Waiting for a job to finish or for the maximum retirement time to expire

Arch

String with the architecture of the machine. Currently supported architectures have the following string definitions:

"INTEL"

Intel x86 CPU (Pentium, Xeon, etc).

"X86_64"

AMD/Intel 64-bit X86

These strings show definitions for architectures no longer supported:

"IA64"

Intel Itanium

"SUN4u"

Sun UltraSparc CPU

"SUN4x"

A Sun Sparc CPU other than an UltraSparc, i.e. sun4m or sun4c CPU found in older Sparc workstations such as the Sparc 10, Sparc 20, IPC, IPX, etc.

"PPC"

32-bit PowerPC

"PPC64"

64-bit PowerPC

CanHibernate

The condor_startd has the capability to shut down or hibernate a machine when certain configurable criteria are met. However, before the condor_startd can shut down a machine, the hardware itself must support hibernation, as must the operating system. When the condor_startd initializes, it checks for this support. If the machine has the ability to hibernate, then this boolean ClassAd attribute will be True. By default, it is False.

ClockDay

The day of the week, where 0 = Sunday, 1 = Monday, …, and 6 = Saturday.

ClockMin

The number of minutes passed since midnight.

CondorLoadAvg

The load average contributed by HTCondor, either from remote jobs or running benchmarks.

CondorVersion

A string containing the HTCondor version number for the condor_startd daemon, the release date, and the build identification number.

ConsoleIdle

The number of seconds since activity on the system console keyboard or console mouse has last been detected. The value can be modified with SLOTS_CONNECTED_TO_CONSOLE as defined in the condor_startd Configuration File Macros section.

Cpus

The number of CPUs (cores) in this slot. It is 1 for a single CPU slot, 2 for a dual CPU slot, etc. For a partitionable slot, it is the remaining number of CPUs in the partitionable slot.

CpuFamily

On Linux machines, the Cpu family, as defined in the /proc/cpuinfo file.

CpuModel

On Linux machines, the Cpu model number, as defined in the /proc/cpuinfo file.

CpuCacheSize

On Linux machines, the size of the L3 cache, in kbytes, as defined in the /proc/cpuinfo file.

CurrentRank

A float which represents this machine owner’s affinity for running the HTCondor job which it is currently hosting. If not currently hosting an HTCondor job, CurrentRank is 0.0. When a machine is claimed, the attribute’s value is computed by evaluating the machine’s Rank expression with respect to the current job’s ClassAd.

DetectedCpus

Set by the value of configuration variable DETECTED_CORES .

DetectedMemory

Set by the value of configuration variable DETECTED_MEMORY . Specified in MiB.

Disk

The amount of disk space on this machine available for the job in KiB (for example, 23000 = 23 MiB). Specifically, this is the amount of disk space available in the directory specified in the HTCondor configuration files by the EXECUTE macro, minus any space reserved with the RESERVED_DISK macro. For static slots, this value will be the same as machine ClassAd attribute TotalSlotDisk. For partitionable slots, this value will be the quantity of disk space remaining in the partitionable slot.

Draining

This attribute is True when the slot is draining and undefined if not.

DrainingRequestId

This attribute contains a string that is the request id of the draining request that put this slot in a draining state. It is undefined if the slot is not draining.

DotNetVersions

The .NET framework versions currently installed on this computer. Default format is a comma delimited list. Current definitions:

"1.1"

for .Net Framework 1.1

"2.0"

for .Net Framework 2.0

"3.0"

for .Net Framework 3.0

"3.5"

for .Net Framework 3.5

"4.0Client"

for .Net Framework 4.0 Client install

"4.0Full"

for .Net Framework 4.0 Full install

DynamicSlot

For SMP machines that allow dynamic partitioning of a slot, this boolean value identifies that this dynamic slot may be partitioned.

EnteredCurrentActivity

Time at which the machine entered the current Activity (see Activity entry above). On all platforms (including NT), this is measured in the number of integer seconds since the Unix epoch (00:00:00 UTC, Jan 1, 1970).

ExpectedMachineGracefulDrainingBadput

The job run time in cpu-seconds that would be lost if graceful draining were initiated at the time this ClassAd was published. This calculation assumes that jobs will run for the full retirement time and then be evicted without saving a checkpoint.

ExpectedMachineGracefulDrainingCompletion

The estimated time at which graceful draining of the machine could complete if it were initiated at the time this ClassAd was published and there are no active claims. This is measured in the number of integer seconds since the Unix epoch (00:00:00 UTC, Jan 1, 1970). This value is computed with the assumption that the machine policy will not suspend jobs during draining while the machine is waiting for the job to use up its retirement time. If suspension happens, the upper bound on how long draining could take is unlimited. To avoid suspension during draining, the SUSPEND and CONTINUE expressions could be configured to pay attention to the Draining attribute.

ExpectedMachineGracefulQuickBadput

The job run time in cpu-seconds that would be lost if quick or fast draining were initiated at the time this ClassAd was published. This calculation assumes that all evicted jobs will not save a checkpoint.

ExpectedMachineQuickDrainingCompletion

Time at which quick or fast draining of the machine could complete if it were initiated at the time this ClassAd was published and there are no active claims. This is measured in the number of integer seconds since the Unix epoch (00:00:00 UTC, Jan 1, 1970).

FileSystemDomain

A domain name configured by the HTCondor administrator which describes a cluster of machines which all access the same, uniformly-mounted, networked file systems usually via NFS or AFS. This is useful for Vanilla universe jobs which require remote file access.

HasDocker

A boolean value set to True if the machine is capable of executing docker universe jobs.

HasEncryptExecuteDirectory

A boolean value set to True if the machine is capable of encrypting execute directories.

HasFileTransfer

A boolean value that when True identifies that the machine can use the file transfer mechanism.

HasFileTransferPluginMethods

A string of comma-separated file transfer protocols that the machine can support. The value can be modified with FILETRANSFER_PLUGINS as defined in condor_starter Configuration File Entries.

HasUserNamespaces

A boolean value that when True identifies that the jobs on this machine can create user namespaces without root privileges.

Has_sse4_1

A boolean value set to True if the machine being advertised supports the SSE 4.1 instructions, and Undefined otherwise.

Has_sse4_2

A boolean value set to True if the machine being advertised supports the SSE 4.2 instructions, and Undefined otherwise.

has_ssse3

A boolean value set to True if the machine being advertised supports the SSSE 3 instructions, and Undefined otherwise.

has_avx

A boolean value set to True if the machine being advertised supports the avx instructions, and Undefined otherwise.

HasSelfCheckpointTransfers

A boolean value set to True if the machine being advertised supports transferring (checkpoint) files (to the submit node) when the job successfully self-checkpoints.

HasSingularity

A boolean value set to True if the machine being advertised supports running jobs within Singularity containers.

HasVM

If the configuration triggers the detection of virtual machine software, a boolean value reporting the success thereof; otherwise undefined. May also become False if HTCondor determines that it can’t start a VM (even if the appropriate software is detected).

IsWakeAble

A boolean value that when True identifies that the machine has the capability to be woken into a fully powered and running state by receiving a Wake On LAN (WOL) packet. This ability is a function of the operating system, the network adapter in the machine (notably, wireless network adapters usually do not have this function), and BIOS settings. When the condor_startd initializes, it tries to detect if the operating system and network adapter both support waking from hibernation by receipt of a WOL packet. The default value is False.

IsWakeEnabled

If the hardware and software have the capacity to be woken into a fully powered and running state by receiving a Wake On LAN (WOL) packet, this feature can still be disabled via the BIOS or software. If BIOS or the operating system have disabled this feature, the condor_startd sets this boolean attribute to False.

JobBusyTimeAvg

The Average lifetime of all jobs, including transfer time. This is determined by measuring the lifetime of each condor_starter that has exited. This attribute will be undefined until the first time a condor_starter has exited.

JobBusyTimeCount

The total number of of jobs used to calulate the JobBusyTimeAvg attribute. This is also the the total number times a condor_starter has exited.

JobBusyTimeMax

The Maximum lifetime of all jobs, including transfer time. This is determined by measuring the lifetime of each condor_starter s that has exited. This attribute will be undefined until the first time a condor_starter has exited.

JobBusyTimeMin

The Minimum lifetime of all jobs, including transfer time. This is determined by measuring the lifetime of each condor_starter that has exited. This attribute will be undefined until the first time a condor_starter has exited.

RecentJobBusyTimeAvg

The Average lifetime of all jobs that have exited in the last 20 minutes, including transfer time. This is determined by measuring the lifetime of each condor_starter that has exited in the last 20 minutes. This attribute will be undefined if no condor_starter has exited in the last 20 minutes.

RecentJobBusyTimeCount

The total number of jobs used to calulate the RecentJobBusyTimeAvg attribute. This is also the the total number times a condor_starter has exited in the last 20 minutes.

RecentJobBusyTimeMax

The Maximum lifetime of all jobs that have exited in the last 20 minutes, including transfer time. This is determined by measuring the lifetime of each condor_starter s that has exited in the last 20 minutes. This attribute will be undefined if no condor_starter has exited in the last 20 minutes.

RecentJobBusyTimeMin

The Minimum lifetime of all jobs, including transfer time. This is determined by measuring the lifetime of each condor_starter that has exited. This attribute will be undefined if no condor_starter has exited in the last 20 minutes.

JobDurationAvg

The Average lifetime time of all jobs, not including time spent transferring files. This attribute will be undefined until the first time a job exits. Jobs that never start (because they fail to transfer input, for instance) will not be included in the average.

JobDurationCount

The total number of of jobs used to calulate the JobDurationAvg attribute. This is also the the total number times a job has exited. Jobs that never start (because input transfer fails, for instance) are not included in the count.

JobDurationMax

The lifetime of the longest lived job that has exited. This attribute will be undefined until the first time a job exits.

JobDurationMin

The lifetime of the shortest lived job that has exited. This attribute will be undefined until the first time a job exits.

RecentJobDurationAvg

The Average lifetime time of all jobs, not including time spent transferring files, that have exited in the last 20 minutes. This attribute will be undefined if no job has exited in the last 20 minutes.

RecentJobDurationCount

The total number of jobs used to calulate the RecentJobDurationAvg attribute. This is the total number of jobs that began execution and have exited in the last 20 minutes.

RecentJobDurationMax

The lifetime of the longest lived job that has exited in the last 20 minutes. This attribute will be undefined if no job has exited in the last 20 minutes.

RecentJobDurationMin

The lifetime of the shortest lived job that has exited in the last 20 minutes. This attribute will be undefined if no job has exited in the last 20 minutes.

JobPreemptions

The total number of times a running job has been preempted on this machine.

JobRankPreemptions

The total number of times a running job has been preempted on this machine due to the machine’s rank of jobs since the condor_startd started running.

JobStarts

The total number of jobs which have been started on this machine since the condor_startd started running.

JobUserPrioPreemptions

The total number of times a running job has been preempted on this machine based on a fair share allocation of the pool since the condor_startd started running.

JobVM_VCPUS

An attribute defined if a vm universe job is running on this slot. Defined by the number of virtualized CPUs in the virtual machine.

KeyboardIdle

The number of seconds since activity on any keyboard or mouse associated with this machine has last been detected. Unlike ConsoleIdle, KeyboardIdle also takes activity on pseudo-terminals into account. Pseudo-terminals have virtual keyboard activity from telnet and rlogin sessions. Note that KeyboardIdle will always be equal to or less than ConsoleIdle. The value can be modified with SLOTS_CONNECTED_TO_KEYBOARD as defined in the condor_startd Configuration File Macros section.

KFlops

Relative floating point performance as determined via a Linpack benchmark.

LastDrainStartTime

Time when draining of this condor_startd was last initiated (e.g. due to condor_defrag or condor_drain).

LastHeardFrom

Time when the HTCondor central manager last received a status update from this machine. Expressed as the number of integer seconds since the Unix epoch (00:00:00 UTC, Jan 1, 1970). Note: This attribute is only inserted by the central manager once it receives the ClassAd. It is not present in the condor_startd copy of the ClassAd. Therefore, you could not use this attribute in defining condor_startd expressions (and you would not want to).

LoadAvg

A floating point number representing the current load average.

Machine

A string with the machine’s fully qualified host name.

MachineMaxVacateTime

An integer expression that specifies the time in seconds the machine will allow the job to gracefully shut down.

MaxJobRetirementTime

When the condor_startd wants to kick the job off, a job which has run for less than this number of seconds will not be hard-killed. The condor_startd will wait for the job to finish or to exceed this amount of time, whichever comes sooner. If the job vacating policy grants the job X seconds of vacating time, a preempted job will be soft-killed X seconds before the end of its retirement time, so that hard-killing of the job will not happen until the end of the retirement time if the job does not finish shutting down before then. This is an expression evaluated in the context of the job ClassAd, so it may refer to job attributes as well as machine attributes.

Memory

The amount of RAM in MiB in this slot. For static slots, this value will be the same as in TotalSlotMemory. For a partitionable slot, this value will be the quantity remaining in the partitionable slot.

Mips

Relative integer performance as determined via a Dhrystone benchmark.

MonitorSelfAge

The number of seconds that this daemon has been running.

MonitorSelfCPUUsage

The fraction of recent CPU time utilized by this daemon.

MonitorSelfImageSize

The amount of virtual memory consumed by this daemon in KiB.

MonitorSelfRegisteredSocketCount

The current number of sockets registered by this daemon.

MonitorSelfResidentSetSize

The amount of resident memory used by this daemon in KiB.

MonitorSelfSecuritySessions

The number of open (cached) security sessions for this daemon.

MonitorSelfTime

The time, represented as the number of second elapsed since the Unix epoch (00:00:00 UTC, Jan 1, 1970), at which this daemon last checked and set the attributes with names that begin with the string MonitorSelf.

MyAddress

String with the IP and port address of the condor_startd daemon which is publishing this machine ClassAd. When using CCB, condor_shared_port, and/or an additional private network interface, that information will be included here as well.

MyType

The ClassAd type; always set to the literal string "Machine".

Name

The name of this resource; typically the same value as the Machine attribute, but could be customized by the site administrator. On SMP machines, the condor_startd will divide the CPUs up into separate slots, each with with a unique name. These names will be of the form “slot#@full.hostname”, for example, “slot1@vulture.cs.wisc.edu”, which signifies slot number 1 from vulture.cs.wisc.edu.

Offline<name>

A string that lists specific instances of a user-defined machine resource, identified by name. Each instance is currently unavailable for purposes of match making.

OfflineUniverses

A ClassAd list that specifies which job universes are presently offline, both as strings and as the corresponding job universe number. Could be used the the startd to refuse to start jobs in offline universes:

START = OfflineUniverses is undefined || (! member( JobUniverse, OfflineUniverses ))

May currently only contain "VM" and 13.

OpSys

String describing the operating system running on this machine. Currently supported operating systems have the following string definitions:

"LINUX"

for LINUX 2.0.x, LINUX 2.2.x, LINUX 2.4.x, LINUX 2.6.x, or LINUX 3.10.0 kernel systems, as well as Scientific Linux, Ubuntu versions 14.04, and Debian 7.0 (wheezy) and 8.0 (jessie)

"OSX"

for Darwin

"FREEBSD7"

for FreeBSD 7

"FREEBSD8"

for FreeBSD 8

"WINDOWS"

for all versions of Windows

"SOLARIS5.10"

for Solaris 2.10 or 5.10

"SOLARIS5.11"

for Solaris 2.11 or 5.11

These strings show definitions for operating systems no longer supported:

"SOLARIS28"

for Solaris 2.8 or 5.8

"SOLARIS29"

for Solaris 2.9 or 5.9

OpSysAndVer

A string indicating an operating system and a version number.

For Linux operating systems, it is the value of the OpSysName attribute concatenated with the string version of the OpSysMajorVer attribute:

"RedHat5"

for RedHat Linux version 5

"RedHat6"

for RedHat Linux version 6

"RedHat7"

for RedHat Linux version 7

"Fedora16"

for Fedora Linux version 16

"Debian6"

for Debian Linux version 6

"Debian7"

for Debian Linux version 7

"Debian8"

for Debian Linux version 8

"Debian9"

for Debian Linux version 9

"Ubuntu14"

for Ubuntu 14.04

"SL5"

for Scientific Linux version 5

"SL6"

for Scientific Linux version 6

"SLFermi5"

for Fermi’s Scientific Linux version 5

"SLFermi6"

for Fermi’s Scientific Linux version 6

"SLCern5"

for CERN’s Scientific Linux version 5

"SLCern6"

for CERN’s Scientific Linux version 6

For MacOS operating systems, it is the value of the OpSysShortName attribute concatenated with the string version of the OpSysVer attribute:

"MacOSX605"

for MacOS version 10.6.5 (Snow Leopard)

"MacOSX703"

for MacOS version 10.7.3 (Lion)

For BSD operating systems, it is the value of the OpSysName attribute concatenated with the string version of the OpSysMajorVer attribute:

"FREEBSD7"

for FreeBSD version 7

"FREEBSD8"

for FreeBSD version 8

For Solaris Unix operating systems, it is the same value as the OpSys attribute:

"SOLARIS5.10"

for Solaris 2.10 or 5.10

"SOLARIS5.11"

for Solaris 2.11 or 5.11

For Windows operating systems, it is the value of the OpSys attribute concatenated with the string version of the OpSysMajorVer attribute:

"WINDOWS500"

for Windows 2000

"WINDOWS501"

for Windows XP

"WINDOWS502"

for Windows Server 2003

"WINDOWS600"

for Windows Vista

"WINDOWS601"

for Windows 7

OpSysLegacy

A string that holds the long-standing values for the OpSys attribute. Currently supported operating systems have the following string definitions:

"LINUX"

for LINUX 2.0.x, LINUX 2.2.x, LINUX 2.4.x, LINUX 2.6.x, or LINUX 3.10.0 kernel systems, as well as Scientific Linux, Ubuntu versions 14.04, and Debian 7 and 8

"OSX"

for Darwin

"FREEBSD7"

for FreeBSD version 7

"FREEBSD8"

for FreeBSD version 8

"SOLARIS5.10"

for Solaris 2.10 or 5.10

"SOLARIS5.11"

for Solaris 2.11 or 5.11

"WINDOWS"

for all versions of Windows

OpSysLongName

A string giving a full description of the operating system. For Linux platforms, this is generally the string taken from /etc/hosts, with extra characters stripped off Debian versions.

"Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 5.7 (Tikanga)"

for RedHat Linux version 5

"Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 6.2 (Santiago)"

for RedHat Linux version 6

"Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 7.0 (Maipo)"

for RedHat Linux version 7.0

"Ubuntu 14.04.1 LTS"

for Ubuntu 14.04 point release 1

"Debian GNU/Linux 7"

for Debian 7.0 (wheezy)

"Debian GNU/Linux 8"

for Debian 8.0 (jessie)

"Fedora release 16 (Verne)"

for Fedora Linux version 16

"MacOSX 6.5"

for MacOS version 10.6.5 (Snow Leopard)

"MacOSX 7.3"

for MacOS version 10.7.3 (Lion)

"FreeBSD8.2-RELEASE-p3"

for FreeBSD version 8

"SOLARIS5.10"

for Solaris 2.10 or 5.10

"SOLARIS5.11"

for Solaris 2.11 or 5.11

"Windows XP SP3"

for Windows XP

"Windows 7 SP2"

for Windows 7

OpSysMajorVer

An integer value representing the major version of the operating system.

5

for RedHat Linux version 5 and derived platforms such as Scientific Linux

6

for RedHat Linux version 6 and derived platforms such as Scientific Linux

7

for RedHat Linux version 7

14

for Ubuntu 14.04

7

for Debian 7

8

for Debian 8

16

for Fedora Linux version 16

6

for MacOS version 10.6.5 (Snow Leopard)

7

for MacOS version 10.7.3 (Lion)

7

for FreeBSD version 7

8

for FreeBSD version 8

5

for Solaris 2.10, 5.10, 2.11, or 5.11

501

for Windows XP

600

for Windows Vista

601

for Windows 7

OpSysName

A string containing a terse description of the operating system.

"RedHat"

for RedHat Linux version 6 and 7

"Fedora"

for Fedora Linux version 16

"Ubuntu"

for Ubuntu versions 14.04

"Debian"

for Debian versions 7 and 8

"SnowLeopard"

for MacOS version 10.6.5 (Snow Leopard)

"Lion"

for MacOS version 10.7.3 (Lion)

"FREEBSD"

for FreeBSD version 7 or 8

"SOLARIS5.10"

for Solaris 2.10 or 5.10

"SOLARIS5.11"

for Solaris 2.11 or 5.11

"WindowsXP"

for Windows XP

"WindowsVista"

for Windows Vista

"Windows7"

for Windows 7

"SL"

for Scientific Linux

"SLFermi"

for Fermi’s Scientific Linux

"SLCern"

for CERN’s Scientific Linux

OpSysShortName

A string containing a short name for the operating system.

"RedHat"

for RedHat Linux version 5, 6 or 7

"Fedora"

for Fedora Linux version 16

"Debian"

for Debian Linux version 6 or 7 or 8

"Ubuntu"

for Ubuntu versions 14.04

"MacOSX"

for MacOS version 10.6.5 (Snow Leopard) or for MacOS version 10.7.3 (Lion)

"FreeBSD"

for FreeBSD version 7 or 8

"SOLARIS5.10"

for Solaris 2.10 or 5.10

"SOLARIS5.11"

for Solaris 2.11 or 5.11

"XP"

for Windows XP

"Vista"

for Windows Vista

"7"

for Windows 7

"SL"

for Scientific Linux

"SLFermi"

for Fermi’s Scientific Linux

"SLCern"

for CERN’s Scientific Linux

OpSysVer

An integer value representing the operating system version number.

700

for RedHat Linux version 7.0

602

for RedHat Linux version 6.2

1600

for Fedora Linux version 16.0

1404

for Ubuntu 14.04

700

for Debian 7.0

800

for Debian 8.0

704

for FreeBSD version 7.4

802

for FreeBSD version 8.2

605

for MacOS version 10.6.5 (Snow Leopard)

703

for MacOS version 10.7.3 (Lion)

500

for Windows 2000

501

for Windows XP

502

for Windows Server 2003

600

for Windows Vista or Windows Server 2008

601

for Windows 7 or Windows Server 2008

PartitionableSlot

For SMP machines, a boolean value identifying that this slot may be partitioned.

RecentJobPreemptions

The total number of jobs which have been preempted from this machine in the last twenty minutes.

RecentJobRankPreemptions

The total number of times a running job has been preempted on this machine due to the machine’s rank of jobs in the last twenty minutes.

RecentJobStarts

The total number of jobs which have been started on this machine in the last twenty minutes.

RecentJobUserPrio

The total number of times a running job has been preempted on this machine based on a fair share allocation of the pool in the last twenty minutes.

Requirements

A boolean, which when evaluated within the context of the machine ClassAd and a job ClassAd, must evaluate to TRUE before HTCondor will allow the job to use this machine.

RetirementTimeRemaining

An integer number of seconds after MyCurrentTime when the running job can be evicted. MaxJobRetirementTime is the expression of how much retirement time the machine offers to new jobs, whereas RetirementTimeRemaining is the negotiated amount of time remaining for the current running job. This may be less than the amount offered by the machine’s MaxJobRetirementTime expression, because the job may ask for less.

SingularityVersion

A string containing the version of Singularity available, if the machine being advertised supports running jobs within a Singularity container (see HasSingularity).

SlotID

For SMP machines, the integer that identifies the slot. The value will be X for the slot with

name="slotX@full.hostname"

For non-SMP machines with one slot, the value will be 1.

SlotType

For SMP machines with partitionable slots, the partitionable slot will have this attribute set to "Partitionable", and all dynamic slots will have this attribute set to "Dynamic".

SlotWeight

This specifies the weight of the slot when calculating usage, computing fair shares, and enforcing group quotas. For example, claiming a slot with SlotWeight = 2 is equivalent to claiming two SlotWeight = 1 slots. See the description of SlotWeight in condor_startd Configuration File Macros.

StartdIpAddr

String with the IP and port address of the condor_startd daemon which is publishing this machine ClassAd. When using CCB, condor_shared_port, and/or an additional private network interface, that information will be included here as well.

State

String which publishes the machine’s HTCondor state. Can be:

"Owner"

The machine owner is using the machine, and it is unavailable to HTCondor.

"Unclaimed"

The machine is available to run HTCondor jobs, but a good match is either not available or not yet found.

"Matched"

The HTCondor central manager has found a good match for this resource, but an HTCondor scheduler has not yet claimed it.

"Claimed"

The machine is claimed by a remote condor_schedd and is probably running a job.

"Preempting"

An HTCondor job is being preempted (possibly via checkpointing) in order to clear the machine for either a higher priority job or because the machine owner wants the machine back.

"Drained"

This slot is not accepting jobs, because the machine is being drained.

TargetType

Describes what type of ClassAd to match with. Always set to the string literal "Job", because machine ClassAds always want to be matched with jobs, and vice-versa.

TotalCondorLoadAvg

The load average contributed by HTCondor summed across all slots on the machine, either from remote jobs or running benchmarks.

TotalCpus

The number of CPUs (cores) that are on the machine. This is in contrast with Cpus, which is the number of CPUs in the slot.

TotalDisk

The quantity of disk space in KiB available across the machine (not the slot). For partitionable slots, where there is one partitionable slot per machine, this value will be the same as machine ClassAd attribute TotalSlotDisk.

TotalLoadAvg

A floating point number representing the current load average summed across all slots on the machine.

TotalMachineDrainingBadput

The total job runtime in cpu-seconds that has been lost due to job evictions caused by draining since this condor_startd began executing. In this calculation, it is assumed that jobs are evicted without checkpointing.

TotalMachineDrainingUnclaimedTime

The total machine-wide time in cpu-seconds that has not been used (i.e. not matched to a job submitter) due to draining since this condor_startd began executing.

TotalMemory

The quantity of RAM in MiB available across the machine (not the slot). For partitionable slots, where there is one partitionable slot per machine, this value will be the same as machine ClassAd attribute TotalSlotMemory.

TotalSlotCpus

The number of CPUs (cores) in this slot. For static slots, this value will be the same as in Cpus.

TotalSlotDisk

The quantity of disk space in KiB given to this slot. For static slots, this value will be the same as machine ClassAd attribute Disk. For partitionable slots, where there is one partitionable slot per machine, this value will be the same as machine ClassAd attribute TotalDisk.

TotalSlotMemory

The quantity of RAM in MiB given to this slot. For static slots, this value will be the same as machine ClassAd attribute Memory. For partitionable slots, where there is one partitionable slot per machine, this value will be the same as machine ClassAd attribute TotalMemory.

TotalSlots

A sum of the static slots, partitionable slots, and dynamic slots on the machine at the current time.

TotalTimeBackfillBusy

The number of seconds that this machine (slot) has accumulated within the backfill busy state and activity pair since the condor_startd began executing. This attribute will only be defined if it has a value greater than 0.

TotalTimeBackfillIdle

The number of seconds that this machine (slot) has accumulated within the backfill idle state and activity pair since the condor_startd began executing. This attribute will only be defined if it has a value greater than 0.

TotalTimeBackfillKilling

The number of seconds that this machine (slot) has accumulated within the backfill killing state and activity pair since the condor_startd began executing. This attribute will only be defined if it has a value greater than 0.

TotalTimeClaimedBusy

The number of seconds that this machine (slot) has accumulated within the claimed busy state and activity pair since the condor_startd began executing. This attribute will only be defined if it has a value greater than 0.

TotalTimeClaimedIdle

The number of seconds that this machine (slot) has accumulated within the claimed idle state and activity pair since the condor_startd began executing. This attribute will only be defined if it has a value greater than 0.

TotalTimeClaimedRetiring

The number of seconds that this machine (slot) has accumulated within the claimed retiring state and activity pair since the condor_startd began executing. This attribute will only be defined if it has a value greater than 0.

TotalTimeClaimedSuspended

The number of seconds that this machine (slot) has accumulated within the claimed suspended state and activity pair since the condor_startd began executing. This attribute will only be defined if it has a value greater than 0.

TotalTimeMatchedIdle

The number of seconds that this machine (slot) has accumulated within the matched idle state and activity pair since the condor_startd began executing. This attribute will only be defined if it has a value greater than 0.

TotalTimeOwnerIdle

The number of seconds that this machine (slot) has accumulated within the owner idle state and activity pair since the condor_startd began executing. This attribute will only be defined if it has a value greater than 0.

TotalTimePreemptingKilling

The number of seconds that this machine (slot) has accumulated within the preempting killing state and activity pair since the condor_startd began executing. This attribute will only be defined if it has a value greater than 0.

TotalTimePreemptingVacating

The number of seconds that this machine (slot) has accumulated within the preempting vacating state and activity pair since the condor_startd began executing. This attribute will only be defined if it has a value greater than 0.

TotalTimeUnclaimedBenchmarking

The number of seconds that this machine (slot) has accumulated within the unclaimed benchmarking state and activity pair since the condor_startd began executing. This attribute will only be defined if it has a value greater than 0.

TotalTimeUnclaimedIdle

The number of seconds that this machine (slot) has accumulated within the unclaimed idle state and activity pair since the condor_startd began executing. This attribute will only be defined if it has a value greater than 0.

UidDomain

a domain name configured by the HTCondor administrator which describes a cluster of machines which all have the same passwd file entries, and therefore all have the same logins.

VirtualMemory

The amount of currently available virtual memory (swap space) expressed in KiB. On Linux platforms, it is the sum of paging space and physical memory, which more accurately represents the virtual memory size of the machine.

VM_AvailNum

The maximum number of vm universe jobs that can be started on this machine. This maximum is set by the configuration variable VM_MAX_NUMBER .

VM_Guest_Mem

An attribute defined if a vm universe job is running on this slot. Defined by the amount of memory in use by the virtual machine, given in Mbytes.

VM_Memory

Gives the amount of memory available for starting additional VM jobs on this machine, given in Mbytes. The maximum value is set by the configuration variable VM_MEMORY .

VM_Networking

A boolean value indicating whether networking is allowed for virtual machines on this machine.

VM_Type

The type of virtual machine software that can run on this machine. The value is set by the configuration variable VM_TYPE .

VMOfflineReason

The reason the VM universe went offline (usually because a VM universe job failed to launch).

VMOfflineTime

The time that the VM universe went offline.

WindowsBuildNumber

An integer, extracted from the platform type, representing a build number for a Windows operating system. This attribute only exists on Windows machines.

WindowsMajorVersion

An integer, extracted from the platform type, representing a major version number (currently 5 or 6) for a Windows operating system. This attribute only exists on Windows machines.

WindowsMinorVersion

An integer, extracted from the platform type, representing a minor version number (currently 0, 1, or 2) for a Windows operating system. This attribute only exists on Windows machines.

In addition, there are a few attributes that are automatically inserted into the machine ClassAd whenever a resource is in the Claimed state:

ClientMachine

The host name of the machine that has claimed this resource

RemoteAutoregroup

A boolean attribute which is True if this resource was claimed via negotiation when the configuration variable GROUP_AUTOREGROUP is True. It is False otherwise.

RemoteGroup

The accounting group name corresponding to the submitter that claimed this resource.

RemoteNegotiatingGroup

The accounting group name under which this resource negotiated when it was claimed. This attribute will frequently be the same as attribute RemoteGroup, but it may differ in cases such as when configuration variable GROUP_AUTOREGROUP is True, in which case it will have the name of the root group, identified as <none>.

RemoteOwner

The name of the user who originally claimed this resource.

RemoteUser

The name of the user who is currently using this resource. In general, this will always be the same as the RemoteOwner, but in some cases, a resource can be claimed by one entity that hands off the resource to another entity which uses it. In that case, RemoteUser would hold the name of the entity currently using the resource, while RemoteOwner would hold the name of the entity that claimed the resource.

PreemptingOwner

The name of the user who is preempting the job that is currently running on this resource.

PreemptingUser

The name of the user who is preempting the job that is currently running on this resource. The relationship between PreemptingUser and PreemptingOwner is the same as the relationship between RemoteUser and RemoteOwner.

PreemptingRank

A float which represents this machine owner’s affinity for running the HTCondor job which is waiting for the current job to finish or be preempted. If not currently hosting an HTCondor job, PreemptingRank is undefined. When a machine is claimed and there is already a job running, the attribute’s value is computed by evaluating the machine’s Rank expression with respect to the preempting job’s ClassAd.

TotalClaimRunTime

A running total of the amount of time (in seconds) that all jobs (under the same claim) ran (have spent in the Claimed/Busy state).

TotalClaimSuspendTime

A running total of the amount of time (in seconds) that all jobs (under the same claim) have been suspended (in the Claimed/Suspended state).

TotalJobRunTime

A running total of the amount of time (in seconds) that a single job ran (has spent in the Claimed/Busy state).

TotalJobSuspendTime

A running total of the amount of time (in seconds) that a single job has been suspended (in the Claimed/Suspended state).

There are a few attributes that are only inserted into the machine ClassAd if a job is currently executing. If the resource is claimed but no job are running, none of these attributes will be defined.

JobId

The job’s identifier (for example, 152.3), as seen from condor_q on the submitting machine.

JobStart

The time stamp in integer seconds of when the job began executing, since the Unix epoch (00:00:00 UTC, Jan 1, 1970). For idle machines, the value is UNDEFINED.

LastPeriodicCheckpoint

If the job has performed a periodic checkpoint, this attribute will be defined and will hold the time stamp of when the last periodic checkpoint was begun. If the job has yet to perform a periodic checkpoint, or cannot checkpoint at all, the LastPeriodicCheckpoint attribute will not be defined.

There are a few attributes that are applicable to machines that are offline, that is, hibernating.

MachineLastMatchTime

The Unix epoch time when this offline ClassAd would have been matched to a job, if the machine were online. In addition, the slot1 ClassAd of a multi-slot machine will have slot<X>_MachineLastMatchTime defined, where <X> is replaced by the slot id of each of the slots with MachineLastMatchTime defined.

Offline

A boolean value, that when True, indicates this machine is in an offline state in the condor_collector. Such ClassAds are stored persistently, such that they will continue to exist after the condor_collector restarts.

Unhibernate

A boolean expression that specifies when a hibernating machine should be woken up, for example, by condor_rooster.

For machines with user-defined or custom resource specifications, including GPUs, the following attributes will be in the ClassAd for each slot. In the name of the attribute, <name> is substituted with the configured name given to the resource.

Assigned<name>

A space separated list that identifies which of these resources are currently assigned to slots.

Offline<name>

A space separated list that indicates which of these resources is unavailable for match making.

Total<name>

An integer quantity of the total number of these resources.

For machines with custom resource specifications that include GPUs, the following attributes may be in the ClassAd for each slot, depending on the value of configuration variable MACHINE_RESOURCE_INVENTORY_GPUs and what GPUs are detected. In the name of the attribute, <name> is substituted with the prefix string assigned for the GPU.

<name>BoardTempC

For NVIDIA devices, a dynamic attribute representing the temperature in Celsius of the board containing the GPU.

<name>Capability

The CUDA-defined capability for the GPU.

<name>ClockMhz

For CUDA or Open CL devices, the integer clocking speed of the GPU in MHz.

<name>ComputeUnits

For CUDA or Open CL devices, the integer number of compute units per GPU.

<name>CoresPerCU

For CUDA devices, the integer number of cores per compute unit.

<name>DeviceName

For CUDA or Open CL devices, a string representing the manufacturer’s proprietary device name.

<name>DieTempC

For NVIDIA devices, a dynamic attribute representing the temperature in Celsius of the GPU die.

<name>DriverVersion

For CUDA devices, a string representing the manufacturer’s driver version.

<name>ECCEnabled

For CUDA or Open CL devices, a boolean value representing whether error correction is enabled.

<name>EccErrorsDoubleBit

For NVIDIA devices, a count of the number of double bit errors detected for this GPU.

<name>EccErrorsSingleBit

For NVIDIA devices, a count of the number of single bit errors detected for this GPU.

<name>FanSpeedPct

For NVIDIA devices, a value between 0 and 100 (inclusive), used to represent the level of fan operation as percentage of full fan speed.

<name>GlobalMemoryMb

For CUDA or Open CL devices, the quantity of memory in Mbytes in this GPU.

<name>OpenCLVersion

For Open CL devices, a string representing the manufacturer’s version number.

<name>RuntimeVersion

For CUDA devices, a string representing the manufacturer’s version number.

The following attributes are advertised for a machine in which partitionable slot preemption is enabled.

ChildAccountingGroup

A ClassAd list containing the values of the AccountingGroup attribute for each dynamic slot of the partitionable slot.

ChildActivity

A ClassAd list containing the values of the Activity attribute for each dynamic slot of the partitionable slot.

ChildCpus

A ClassAd list containing the values of the Cpus attribute for each dynamic slot of the partitionable slot.

ChildCurrentRank

A ClassAd list containing the values of the CurrentRank attribute for each dynamic slot of the partitionable slot.

ChildEnteredCurrentState

A ClassAd list containing the values of the EnteredCurrentState attribute for each dynamic slot of the partitionable slot.

ChildMemory

A ClassAd list containing the values of the Memory attribute for each dynamic slot of the partitionable slot.

ChildName

A ClassAd list containing the values of the Name attribute for each dynamic slot of the partitionable slot.

ChildRemoteOwner

A ClassAd list containing the values of the RemoteOwner attribute for each dynamic slot of the partitionable slot.

ChildRemoteUser

A ClassAd list containing the values of the RemoteUser attribute for each dynamic slot of the partitionable slot.

ChildRetirementTimeRemaining

A ClassAd list containing the values of the RetirementTimeRemaining attribute for each dynamic slot of the partitionable slot.

ChildState

A ClassAd list containing the values of the State attribute for each dynamic slot of the partitionable slot.

PslotRollupInformation

A boolean value set to True in both the partitionable and dynamic slots, when configuration variable ADVERTISE_PSLOT_ROLLUP_INFORMATION is True, such that the condor_negotiator knows when partitionable slot preemption is possible and can directly preempt a dynamic slot when appropriate.

Finally, the single attribute, CurrentTime, is defined by the ClassAd environment.

CurrentTime

Evaluates to the the number of integer seconds since the Unix epoch (00:00:00 UTC, Jan 1, 1970).