Negotiator ClassAd Attributes

CondorVersion:

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

DaemonStartTime:

The time that this daemon was started, represented as the number of second elapsed since the Unix epoch (00:00:00 UTC, Jan 1, 1970).

DaemonLastReconfigTime:

The time that this daemon was configured, represented as the number of second elapsed since the Unix epoch (00:00:00 UTC, Jan 1, 1970).

LastNegotiationCycleActiveSubmitterCount<X>:

The integer number of submitters the condor_negotiator attempted to negotiate with in the negotiation cycle. The number <X> appended to the attribute name indicates how many negotiation cycles ago this cycle happened.

LastNegotiationCycleCandidateSlots<X>:

The number of slot ClassAds after filtering by NEGOTIATOR_SLOT_POOLSIZE_CONSTRAINT . This is the number of slots actually considered for matching. The number <X> appended to the attribute name indicates how many negotiation cycles ago this cycle happened.

LastNegotiationCycleDuration<X>:

The number of seconds that it took to complete the negotiation cycle. The number <X> appended to the attribute name indicates how many negotiation cycles ago this cycle happened.

LastNegotiationCycleEnd<X>:

The time, represented as the number of seconds since the Unix epoch, at which the negotiation cycle ended. The number <X> appended to the attribute name indicates how many negotiation cycles ago this cycle happened.

LastNegotiationCycleMatches<X>:

The number of successful matches that were made in the negotiation cycle. The number <X> appended to the attribute name indicates how many negotiation cycles ago this cycle happened.

LastNegotiationCycleMatchRate<X>:

The number of matched jobs divided by the duration of this cycle giving jobs per second. The number <X> appended to the attribute name indicates how many negotiation cycles ago this cycle happened.

LastNegotiationCycleMatchRateSustained<X>:

The number of matched jobs divided by the period of this cycle giving jobs per second. The period is the time elapsed between the end of the previous cycle and the end of this cycle, and so this rate includes the interval between cycles. The number <X> appended to the attribute name indicates how many negotiation cycles ago this cycle happened.

LastNegotiationCycleNumIdleJobs<X>:

The number of idle jobs considered for matchmaking. The number <X> appended to the attribute name indicates how many negotiation cycles ago this cycle happened.

LastNegotiationCycleNumJobsConsidered<X>:

The number of jobs requests returned from the schedulers for consideration. The number <X> appended to the attribute name indicates how many negotiation cycles ago this cycle happened.

LastNegotiationCycleNumSchedulers<X>:

The number of individual schedulers negotiated with during matchmaking. The number <X> appended to the attribute name indicates how many negotiation cycles ago this cycle happened.

LastNegotiationCyclePeriod<X>:

The number of seconds elapsed between the end of the previous negotiation cycle and the end of this cycle. The number <X> appended to the attribute name indicates how many negotiation cycles ago this cycle happened.

LastNegotiationCyclePhase1Duration<X>:

The duration, in seconds, of Phase 1 of the negotiation cycle: the process of getting submitter and machine ClassAds from the condor_collector. The number <X> appended to the attribute name indicates how many negotiation cycles ago this cycle happened.

LastNegotiationCyclePhase2Duration<X>:

The duration, in seconds, of Phase 2 of the negotiation cycle: the process of filtering slots and processing accounting group configuration. The number <X> appended to the attribute name indicates how many negotiation cycles ago this cycle happened.

LastNegotiationCyclePhase3Duration<X>:

The duration, in seconds, of Phase 3 of the negotiation cycle: sorting submitters by priority. The number <X> appended to the attribute name indicates how many negotiation cycles ago this cycle happened.

LastNegotiationCyclePhase4Duration<X>:

The duration, in seconds, of Phase 4 of the negotiation cycle: the process of matching slots to jobs in conjunction with the schedulers. The number <X> appended to the attribute name indicates how many negotiation cycles ago this cycle happened.

LastNegotiationCycleRejections<X>:

The number of rejections that occurred in the negotiation cycle. The number <X> appended to the attribute name indicates how many negotiation cycles ago this cycle happened.

LastNegotiationCycleSlotShareIter<X>:

The number of iterations performed during the negotiation cycle. Each iteration includes the reallocation of remaining slots to accounting groups, as defined by the implementation of hierarchical group quotas, together with the negotiation for those slots. The maximum number of iterations is limited by the configuration variable GROUP_QUOTA_MAX_ALLOCATION_ROUNDS . The number <X> appended to the attribute name indicates how many negotiation cycles ago this cycle happened.

LastNegotiationCycleSubmittersFailed<X>:

A string containing a space and comma-separated list of the names of all submitters who failed to negotiate in the negotiation cycle. One possible cause of failure is a communication timeout. This list does not include submitters who ran out of time due to NEGOTIATOR_MAX_TIME_PER_SUBMITTER . Those are listed separately in LastNegotiationCycleSubmittersOutOfTime<X>. The number <X> appended to the attribute name indicates how many negotiation cycles ago this cycle happened.

LastNegotiationCycleSubmittersOutOfTime<X>:

A string containing a space and comma separated list of the names of all submitters who ran out of time due to NEGOTIATOR_MAX_TIME_PER_SUBMITTER in the negotiation cycle. The number <X> appended to the attribute name indicates how many negotiation cycles ago this cycle happened.

LastNegotiationCycleSubmittersShareLimit:

A string containing a space and comma separated list of names of submitters who encountered their fair-share slot limit during the negotiation cycle. The number <X> appended to the attribute name indicates how many negotiation cycles ago this cycle happened.

LastNegotiationCycleTime<X>:

The time, represented as the number of second elapsed since the Unix epoch (00:00:00 UTC, Jan 1, 1970), at which the negotiation cycle started. The number <X> appended to the attribute name indicates how many negotiation cycles ago this cycle happened.

LastNegotiationCycleTotalSlots<X>:

The total number of slot ClassAds received by the condor_negotiator. The number <X> appended to the attribute name indicates how many negotiation cycles ago this cycle happened.

LastNegotiationCycleTrimmedSlots<X>:

The number of slot ClassAds left after trimming currently claimed slots (when enabled). The number <X> appended to the attribute name indicates how many negotiation cycles ago this cycle happened.

Machine:

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

MyAddress:

String with the IP and port address of the condor_negotiator daemon which is publishing this ClassAd.

MyCurrentTime:

The time, represented as the number of second elapsed since the Unix epoch (00:00:00 UTC, Jan 1, 1970), at which the condor_schedd daemon last sent a ClassAd update to the condor_collector.

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.

NegotiatorIpAddr:

String with the IP and port address of the condor_negotiator daemon which is publishing this Negotiator ClassAd.

PublicNetworkIpAddr:

Description is not yet written.

UpdateSequenceNumber:

An integer, starting at zero, and incremented with each ClassAd update sent to the condor_collector. The condor_collector uses this value to sequence the updates it receives.