Scheduler ClassAd Attributes

Autoclusters:

A Statistics attribute defining the number of active autoclusters.

CollectorHost:

The name of the main condor_collector which this condor_schedd daemon reports to, as copied from COLLECTOR_HOST . If a condor_schedd flocks to other condor_collector daemons, this attribute still represents the “home” condor_collector, so this value can be used to discover if a condor_schedd is currently flocking.

CondorVersion:

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

DaemonCoreDutyCycle:

A Statistics attribute defining the ratio of the time spent handling messages and events to the elapsed time for the time period defined by StatsLifetime of this condor_schedd. A value near 0.0 indicates an idle daemon, while a value near 1.0 indicates a daemon running at or above capacity.

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).

DetectedCpus:

The number of detected machine CPUs/cores.

DetectedMemory:

The amount of detected machine RAM in MBytes.

JobQueueBirthdate:

Description is not yet written.

JobsAccumBadputTime:

A Statistics attribute defining the sum of the all of the time jobs which did not complete successfully have spent running over the lifetime of this condor_schedd.

JobsAccumExceptionalBadputTime:

A Statistics attribute defining the sum of the all of the time jobs which did not complete successfully due to condor_shadow exceptions have spent running over the lifetime of this condor_schedd.

JobsAccumRunningTime:

A Statistics attribute defining the sum of the all of the time jobs have spent running in the time interval defined by attribute StatsLifetime.

JobsAccumTimeToStart:

A Statistics attribute defining the sum of all the time jobs have spent waiting to start in the time interval defined by attribute StatsLifetime.

JobsBadputRuntimes:

A Statistics attribute defining a histogram count of jobs that did not complete successfully, as classified by time spent running, over the lifetime of this condor_schedd. Counts within the histogram are separated by a comma and a space, where the time interval classification is defined in the ClassAd attribute JobsRuntimesHistogramBuckets.

JobsBadputSizes:

A Statistics attribute defining a histogram count of jobs that did not complete successfully, as classified by image size, over the lifetime of this condor_schedd. Counts within the histogram are separated by a comma and a space, where the size classification is defined in the ClassAd attribute JobsSizesHistogramBuckets.

JobsCheckpointed:

A Statistics attribute defining the number of times jobs that have exited with a condor_shadow exit code of JOB_CKPTED in the time interval defined by attribute StatsLifetime.

JobsCompleted:

A Statistics attribute defining the number of jobs successfully completed in the time interval defined by attribute StatsLifetime.

JobsCompletedRuntimes:

A Statistics attribute defining a histogram count of jobs that completed successfully as classified by time spent running, over the lifetime of this condor_schedd. Counts within the histogram are separated by a comma and a space, where the time interval classification is defined in the ClassAd attribute JobsRuntimesHistogramBuckets.

JobsCompletedSizes:

A Statistics attribute defining a histogram count of jobs that completed successfully as classified by image size, over the lifetime of this condor_schedd. Counts within the histogram are separated by a comma and a space, where the size classification is defined in the ClassAd attribute JobsSizesHistogramBuckets.

JobsCoredumped:

A Statistics attribute defining the number of times that jobs have exited with a condor_shadow exit code of JOB_COREDUMPED in the time interval defined by attribute StatsLifetime.

JobsDebugLogError:

A Statistics attribute defining the number of times that jobs have exited with a condor_shadow exit code of DPRINTF_ERROR in the time interval defined by attribute StatsLifetime.

JobsExecFailed:

A Statistics attribute defining the number of times that jobs have exited with a condor_shadow exit code of JOB_EXEC_FAILED in the time interval defined by attribute StatsLifetime.

JobsExited:

A Statistics attribute defining the number of times that jobs that exited (successfully or not) in the time interval defined by attribute StatsLifetime.

JobsExitedAndClaimClosing:

A Statistics attribute defining the number of times jobs have exited with a condor_shadow exit code of JOB_EXITED_AND_CLAIM_CLOSING in the time interval defined by attribute StatsLifetime.

JobsExitedNormally:

A Statistics attribute defining the number of times that jobs have exited with a condor_shadow exit code of JOB_EXITED or with an exit code of JOB_EXITED_AND_CLAIM_CLOSING in the time interval defined by attribute StatsLifetime.

JobsExitException:

A Statistics attribute defining the number of times that jobs have exited with a condor_shadow exit code of JOB_EXCEPTION or with an unknown status in the time interval defined by attribute StatsLifetime.

JobsKilled:

A Statistics attribute defining the number of times that jobs have exited with a condor_shadow exit code of JOB_KILLED in the time interval defined by attribute StatsLifetime.

JobsMissedDeferralTime:

A Statistics attribute defining the number of times that jobs have exited with a condor_shadow exit code of JOB_MISSED_DEFERRAL_TIME in the time interval defined by attribute StatsLifetime.

JobsNotStarted:

A Statistics attribute defining the number of times that jobs have exited with a condor_shadow exit code of JOB_NOT_STARTED in the time interval defined by attribute StatsLifetime.

JobsRestartReconnectsAttempting:

A Statistics attribute defining the number of condor_startd daemons the condor_schedd is currently attempting to reconnect to, in order to recover a job that was running when the condor_schedd was restarted.

JobsRestartReconnectsBadput:

A Statistics attribute defining a histogram count of condor_startd daemons that the condor_schedd could not reconnect to in order to recover a job that was running when the condor_schedd was restarted, as classified by the time the job spent running. Counts within the histogram are separated by a comma and a space, where the time interval classification is defined in the ClassAd attribute JobsRuntimesHistogramBuckets.

JobsRestartReconnectsFailed:

A Statistics attribute defining the number of condor_startd daemons the condor_schedd tried and failed to reconnect to in order to recover a job that was running when the condor_schedd was restarted.

JobsRestartReconnectsInterrupted:

A Statistics attribute defining the number of condor_startd daemons the condor_schedd attempted to reconnect to, in order to recover a job that was running when the condor_schedd was restarted, but the attempt was interrupted, for example, because the job was removed.

JobsRestartReconnectsLeaseExpired:

A Statistics attribute defining the number of condor_startd daemons the condor_schedd could not attempt to reconnect to, in order to recover a job that was running when the condor_schedd was restarted, because the job lease had already expired.

JobsRestartReconnectsSucceeded:

A Statistics attribute defining the number of condor_startd daemons the condor_schedd has successfully reconnected to, in order to recover a job that was running when the condor_schedd was restarted.

JobsRunning:

A Statistics attribute representing the number of jobs currently running.

JobsRunningRuntimes:

A Statistics attribute defining a histogram count of jobs currently running, as classified by elapsed runtime. Counts within the histogram are separated by a comma and a space, where the time interval classification is defined in the ClassAd attribute JobsRuntimesHistogramBuckets.

JobsRunningSizes:

A Statistics attribute defining a histogram count of jobs currently running, as classified by image size. Counts within the histogram are separated by a comma and a space, where the size classification is defined in the ClassAd attribute JobsSizesHistogramBuckets.

JobsRuntimesHistogramBuckets:

A Statistics attribute defining the predefined bucket boundaries for histogram statistics that classify run times. Defined as

JobsRuntimesHistogramBuckets = "30Sec, 1Min, 3Min, 10Min, 30Min, 1Hr, 3Hr,
        6Hr, 12Hr, 1Day, 2Day, 4Day, 8Day, 16Day"

JobsShadowNoMemory:

A Statistics attribute defining the number of times that jobs have exited because there was not enough memory to start the condor_shadow in the time interval defined by attribute StatsLifetime.

JobsShouldHold:

A Statistics attribute defining the number of times that jobs have exited with a condor_shadow exit code of JOB_SHOULD_HOLD in the time interval defined by attribute StatsLifetime.

JobsShouldRemove:

A Statistics attribute defining the number of times that jobs have exited with a condor_shadow exit code of JOB_SHOULD_REMOVE in the time interval defined by attribute StatsLifetime.

JobsShouldRequeue:

A Statistics attribute defining the number of times that jobs have exited with a condor_shadow exit code of JOB_SHOULD_REQUEUE in the time interval defined by attribute StatsLifetime.

JobsSizesHistogramBuckets:

A Statistics attribute defining the predefined bucket boundaries for histogram statistics that classify image sizes. Defined as

JobsSizesHistogramBuckets = "64Kb, 256Kb, 1Mb, 4Mb, 16Mb, 64Mb, 256Mb,
        1Gb, 4Gb, 16Gb, 64Gb, 256Gb"

Note that these values imply powers of two in numbers of bytes.

JobsStarted:

A Statistics attribute defining the number of jobs started in the time interval defined by attribute StatsLifetime.

JobsSubmitted:

A Statistics attribute defining the number of jobs submitted in the time interval defined by attribute StatsLifetime.

Machine:

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

MaxJobsRunning:

The same integer value as set by the evaluation of the configuration variable MAX_JOBS_RUNNING . See the definition in the condor_schedd Configuration File Entries section.

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 Kbytes.

MonitorSelfRegisteredSocketCount:

The current number of sockets registered by this daemon.

MonitorSelfResidentSetSize:

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

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_schedd 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.

NumJobStartsDelayed:

The number times a job requiring a condor_shadow daemon could have been started, but was not started because of the values of configuration variables JOB_START_COUNT and JOB_START_DELAY .

NumPendingClaims:

The number of machines (condor_startd daemons) matched to this condor_schedd daemon, which this condor_schedd knows about, but has not yet managed to claim.

NumUsers:

The integer number of distinct users with jobs in this condor_schedd ‘s queue.

PublicNetworkIpAddr:

Description is not yet written.

RecentDaemonCoreDutyCycle:

A Statistics attribute defining the ratio of the time spent handling messages and events to the elapsed time in the previous time interval defined by attribute RecentStatsLifetime.

RecentJobsAccumBadputTime:

A Statistics attribute defining the sum of the all of the time that jobs which did not complete successfully have spent running in the previous time interval defined by attribute RecentStatsLifetime.

RecentJobsAccumRunningTime:

A Statistics attribute defining the sum of the all of the time jobs which have exited in the previous time interval defined by attribute RecentStatsLifetime spent running.

RecentJobsAccumTimeToStart:

A Statistics attribute defining the sum of all the time jobs which have exited in the previous time interval defined by attribute RecentStatsLifetime had spent waiting to start.

RecentJobsBadputRuntimes:

A Statistics attribute defining a histogram count of jobs that did not complete successfully, as classified by time spent running, in the previous time interval defined by attribute RecentStatsLifetime. Counts within the histogram are separated by a comma and a space, where the time interval classification is defined in the ClassAd attribute JobsRuntimesHistogramBuckets.

RecentJobsBadputSizes:

A Statistics attribute defining a histogram count of jobs that did not complete successfully, as classified by image size, in the previous time interval defined by attribute RecentStatsLifetime. Counts within the histogram are separated by a comma and a space, where the size classification is defined in the ClassAd attribute JobsSizesHistogramBuckets.

RecentJobsCheckpointed:

A Statistics attribute defining the number of times jobs that have exited with a condor_shadow exit code of JOB_CKPTED in the previous time interval defined by attribute RecentStatsLifetime.

RecentJobsCompleted:

A Statistics attribute defining the number of jobs successfully completed in the previous time interval defined by attribute RecentStatsLifetime.

RecentJobsCompletedRuntimes:

A Statistics attribute defining a histogram count of jobs that completed successfully, as classified by time spent running, in the previous time interval defined by attribute RecentStatsLifetime. Counts within the histogram are separated by a comma and a space, where the time interval classification is defined in the ClassAd attribute JobsRuntimesHistogramBuckets.

RecentJobsCompletedSizes:

A Statistics attribute defining a histogram count of jobs that completed successfully, as classified by image size, in the previous time interval defined by attribute RecentStatsLifetime. Counts within the histogram are separated by a comma and a space, where the size classification is defined in the ClassAd attribute JobsSizesHistogramBuckets.

RecentJobsCoredumped:

A Statistics attribute defining the number of times that jobs have exited with a condor_shadow exit code of JOB_COREDUMPED in the previous time interval defined by attribute RecentStatsLifetime.

RecentJobsDebugLogError:

A Statistics attribute defining the number of times that jobs have exited with a condor_shadow exit code of DPRINTF_ERROR in the previous time interval defined by attribute RecentStatsLifetime.

RecentJobsExecFailed:

A Statistics attribute defining the number of times that jobs have exited with a condor_shadow exit code of JOB_EXEC_FAILED in the previous time interval defined by attribute RecentStatsLifetime.

RecentJobsExited:

A Statistics attribute defining the number of times that jobs have exited normally in the previous time interval defined by attribute RecentStatsLifetime.

RecentJobsExitedAndClaimClosing:

A Statistics attribute defining the number of times that jobs have exited with a condor_shadow exit code of JOB_EXITED_AND_CLAIM_CLOSING in the previous time interval defined by attribute RecentStatsLifetime.

RecentJobsExitedNormally:

A Statistics attribute defining the number of times that jobs have exited with a condor_shadow exit code of JOB_EXITED or with an exit code of JOB_EXITED_AND_CLAIM_CLOSING in the previous time interval defined by attribute RecentStatsLifetime.

RecentJobsExitException:

A Statistics attribute defining the number of times that jobs have exited with a condor_shadow exit code of JOB_EXCEPTION or with an unknown status in the previous time interval defined by attribute RecentStatsLifetime.

RecentJobsKilled:

A Statistics attribute defining the number of times that jobs have exited with a condor_shadow exit code of JOB_KILLED in the previous time interval defined by attribute RecentStatsLifetime.

RecentJobsMissedDeferralTime:

A Statistics attribute defining the number of times that jobs have exited with a condor_shadow exit code of JOB_MISSED_DEFERRAL_TIME in the previous time interval defined by attribute RecentStatsLifetime.

RecentJobsNotStarted:

A Statistics attribute defining the number of times that jobs have exited with a condor_shadow exit code of JOB_NOT_STARTED in the previous time interval defined by attribute RecentStatsLifetime.

RecentJobsShadowNoMemory:

A Statistics attribute defining the number of times that jobs have exited because there was not enough memory to start the condor_shadow in the previous time interval defined by attribute RecentStatsLifetime.

RecentJobsShouldHold:

A Statistics attribute defining the number of times that jobs have exited with a condor_shadow exit code of JOB_SHOULD_HOLD in the previous time interval defined by attribute RecentStatsLifetime.

RecentJobsShouldRemove:

A Statistics attribute defining the number of times that jobs have exited with a condor_shadow exit code of JOB_SHOULD_REMOVE in the previous time interval defined by attribute RecentStatsLifetime.

RecentJobsShouldRequeue:

A Statistics attribute defining the number of times that jobs have exited with a condor_shadow exit code of JOB_SHOULD_REQUEUE in the previous time interval defined by attribute RecentStatsLifetime.

RecentJobsStarted:

A Statistics attribute defining the number of jobs started in the previous time interval defined by attribute RecentStatsLifetime.

RecentJobsSubmitted:

A Statistics attribute defining the number of jobs submitted in the previous time interval defined by attribute RecentStatsLifetime.

RecentShadowsReconnections:

A Statistics attribute defining the number of times that condor_shadow daemons lost connection to their condor_starter daemons and successfully reconnected in the previous time interval defined by attribute RecentStatsLifetime. This statistic only appears in the Scheduler ClassAd if the level of verbosity set by the configuration variable STATISTICS_TO_PUBLISH is set to 2 or higher.

RecentShadowsRecycled:

A Statistics attribute defining the number of times condor_shadow processes have been recycled for use with a new job in the previous time interval defined by attribute RecentStatsLifetime. This statistic only appears in the Scheduler ClassAd if the level of verbosity set by the configuration variable STATISTICS_TO_PUBLISH is set to 2 or higher.

RecentShadowsStarted:

A Statistics attribute defining the number of condor_shadow daemons started in the previous time interval defined by attribute RecentStatsLifetime.

RecentStatsLifetime:

A Statistics attribute defining the time in seconds over which statistics values have been collected for attributes with names that begin with Recent. This value starts at 0, and it may grow to a value as large as the value defined for attribute RecentWindowMax.

RecentStatsTickTime:

A Statistics attribute defining the time that attributes with names that begin with Recent were last updated, represented as the number of seconds elapsed since the Unix epoch (00:00:00 UTC, Jan 1, 1970). This statistic only appears in the Scheduler ClassAd if the level of verbosity set by the configuration variable STATISTICS_TO_PUBLISH is set to 2 or higher.

RecentWindowMax:

A Statistics attribute defining the maximum time in seconds over which attributes with names that begin with Recent are collected. The value is set by the configuration variable STATISTICS_WINDOW_SECONDS , which defaults to 1200 seconds (20 minutes). This statistic only appears in the Scheduler ClassAd if the level of verbosity set by the configuration variable STATISTICS_TO_PUBLISH is set to 2 or higher.

ScheddIpAddr:

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

ServerTime:

Description is not yet written.

ShadowsReconnections:

A Statistics attribute defining the number of times condor_shadow s lost connection to their condor_starter s and successfully reconnected in the previous StatsLifetime seconds. This statistic only appears in the Scheduler ClassAd if the level of verbosity set by the configuration variable STATISTICS_TO_PUBLISH is set to 2 or higher.

ShadowsRecycled:

A Statistics attribute defining the number of times condor_shadow processes have been recycled for use with a new job in the previous StatsLifetime seconds. This statistic only appears in the Scheduler ClassAd if the level of verbosity set by the configuration variable STATISTICS_TO_PUBLISH is set to 2 or higher.

ShadowsRunning:

A Statistics attribute defining the number of condor_shadow daemons currently running that are owned by this condor_schedd.

ShadowsRunningPeak:

A Statistics attribute defining the maximum number of condor_shadow daemons running at one time that were owned by this condor_schedd over the lifetime of this condor_schedd.

ShadowsStarted:

A Statistics attribute defining the number of condor_shadow daemons started in the previous time interval defined by attribute StatsLifetime.

StartLocalUniverse:

The same boolean value as set in the configuration variable START_LOCAL_UNIVERSE . See the definition in the condor_schedd Configuration File Entries section.

StartSchedulerUniverse:

The same boolean value as set in the configuration variable START_SCHEDULER_UNIVERSE . See the definition in the condor_schedd Configuration File Entries section.

StatsLastUpdateTime:

A Statistics attribute defining the time that statistics about jobs were last updated, represented as the number of seconds elapsed since the Unix epoch (00:00:00 UTC, Jan 1, 1970). This statistic only appears in the Scheduler ClassAd if the level of verbosity set by the configuration variable STATISTICS_TO_PUBLISH is set to 2 or higher.

StatsLifetime:

A Statistics attribute defining the time in seconds over which statistics have been collected for attributes with names that do not begin with Recent. This statistic only appears in the Scheduler ClassAd if the level of verbosity set by the configuration variable STATISTICS_TO_PUBLISH is set to 2 or higher.

TotalFlockedJobs:

The total number of jobs from this condor_schedd daemon that are currently flocked to other pools.

TotalHeldJobs:

The total number of jobs from this condor_schedd daemon that are currently on hold.

TotalIdleJobs:

The total number of jobs from this condor_schedd daemon that are currently idle, not including local or scheduler universe jobs.

TotalJobAds:

The total number of all jobs (in all states) from this condor_schedd daemon.

TotalLocalJobsIdle:

The total number of local universe jobs from this condor_schedd daemon that are currently idle.

TotalLocalJobsRunning:

The total number of local universe jobs from this condor_schedd daemon that are currently running.

TotalRemovedJobs:

The current number of all running jobs from this condor_schedd daemon that have remove requests.

TotalRunningJobs:

The total number of jobs from this condor_schedd daemon that are currently running, not including local or scheduler universe jobs.

TotalSchedulerJobsIdle:

The total number of scheduler universe jobs from this condor_schedd daemon that are currently idle.

TotalSchedulerJobsRunning:

The total number of scheduler universe jobs from this condor_schedd daemon that are currently running.

TransferQueueUserExpr

A ClassAd expression that provides the name of the transfer queue that the condor_schedd will be using for job file transfer.

UpdateInterval:

The interval, in seconds, between publication of this condor_schedd ClassAd and the previous publication.

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.

VirtualMemory:

Description is not yet written.

WantResAd:

A boolean value that when True causes the condor_negotiator daemon to send to this condor_schedd daemon a full machine ClassAd corresponding to a matched job.

When using file transfer concurrency limits, the following additional I/O usage statistics are published. These includes the sum and rate of bytes transferred as well as time spent reading and writing to files and to the network. These statistics are reported for the sum of all users and may also be reported individually for recently active users by increasing the verbosity level STATISTICS_TO_PUBLISH = TRANSFER:2. Each of the per-user statistics is prefixed by a user name in the form Owner_<username>_FileTransferUploadBytes. In this case, the attribute represents activity by the specified user. The published user name is actually the file transfer queue name, as defined by configuration variable TRANSFER_QUEUE_USER_EXPR . This expression defaults to Owner_ followed by the name of the job owner. The attributes that are rates have a suffix that specifies the time span of the exponential moving average. By default the time spans that are published are 1m, 5m, 1h, and 1d. This can be changed by configuring configuration variable TRANSFER_IO_REPORT_TIMESPANS . These attributes are only reported once a full time span has accumulated.

FileTransferDiskThrottleExcess_<timespan>

The exponential moving average of the disk load that exceeds the upper limit set for the disk load throttle. Periods of time in which there is no excess and no waiting transfers do not contribute to the average. This attribute is published only if configuration variable FILE_TRANSFER_DISK_LOAD_THROTTLE is defined.

FileTransferDiskThrottleHigh

The desired upper limit for the disk load from file transfers, as configured by FILE_TRANSFER_DISK_LOAD_THROTTLE . This attribute is published only if configuration variable FILE_TRANSFER_DISK_LOAD_THROTTLE is defined.

FileTransferDiskThrottleLevel

The current concurrency limit set by the disk load throttle. The limit is applied to the sum of uploads and downloads. This attribute is published only if configuration variable FILE_TRANSFER_DISK_LOAD_THROTTLE is defined.

FileTransferDiskThrottleLow

The lower limit for the disk load from file transfers, as configured by FILE_TRANSFER_DISK_LOAD_THROTTLE . This attribute is published only if configuration variable FILE_TRANSFER_DISK_LOAD_THROTTLE is defined.

FileTransferDiskThrottleShortfall_<timespan>

The exponential moving average of the disk load that falls below the upper limit set for the disk load throttle. Periods of time in which there is no excess and no waiting transfers do not contribute to the average. This attribute is published only if configuration variable FILE_TRANSFER_DISK_LOAD_THROTTLE is defined.

FileTransferDownloadBytes

Total number of bytes downloaded as output from jobs since this condor_schedd was started. If STATISTICS_TO_PUBLISH contains TRANSFER:2, for each active user, this attribute is also published prefixed by the user name, with the name Owner_<username>_FileTransferDownloadBytes. The published user name is actually the file transfer queue name, as defined by configuration variable TRANSFER_QUEUE_USER_EXPR .

FileTransferDownloadBytesPerSecond_<timespan>

Exponential moving average over the specified time span of the rate at which bytes have been downloaded as output from jobs. The time spans that are published are configured by TRANSFER_IO_REPORT_TIMESPANS , which defaults to 1m, 5m, 1h, and 1d. When less than one full time span has accumulated, the attribute is not published. If STATISTICS_TO_PUBLISH contains TRANSFER:2, for each active user, this attribute is also published prefixed by the user name, with the name Owner_<username>_FileTransferDownloadBytesPerSecond_<timespan>. The published user name is actually the file transfer queue name, as defined by configuration variable TRANSFER_QUEUE_USER_EXPR .

FileTransferFileReadLoad_<timespan>

Exponential moving average over the specified time span of the rate at which submit-side file transfer processes have spent time reading from files to be transferred as input to jobs. One file transfer process spending nearly all of its time reading files will generate a load close to 1.0. The time spans that are published are configured by TRANSFER_IO_REPORT_TIMESPANS , which defaults to 1m, 5m, 1h, and 1d. When less than one full time span has accumulated, the attribute is not published. If STATISTICS_TO_PUBLISH contains TRANSFER:2, for each active user, this attribute is also published prefixed by the user name, with the name Owner_<username>_FileTransferFileReadLoad_<timespan>. The published user name is actually the file transfer queue name, as defined by configuration variable TRANSFER_QUEUE_USER_EXPR .

FileTransferFileReadSeconds

Total number of submit-side transfer process seconds spent reading from files to be transferred as input to jobs since this condor_schedd was started. If STATISTICS_TO_PUBLISH contains TRANSFER:2, for each active user, this attribute is also published prefixed by the user name, with the name Owner_<username>_FileTransferFileReadSeconds. The published user name is actually the file transfer queue name, as defined by configuration variable TRANSFER_QUEUE_USER_EXPR .

FileTransferFileWriteLoad_<timespan>

Exponential moving average over the specified time span of the rate at which submit-side file transfer processes have spent time writing to files transferred as output from jobs. One file transfer process spending nearly all of its time writing to files will generate a load close to 1.0. The time spans that are published are configured by TRANSFER_IO_REPORT_TIMESPANS , which defaults to 1m, 5m, 1h, and 1d. When less than one full time span has accumulated, the attribute is not published. If STATISTICS_TO_PUBLISH contains TRANSFER:2, for each active user, this attribute is also published prefixed by the user name, with the name Owner_<username>_FileTransferFileWriteLoad_<timespan>. The published user name is actually the file transfer queue name, as defined by configuration variable TRANSFER_QUEUE_USER_EXPR .

FileTransferFileWriteSeconds

Total number of submit-side transfer process seconds spent writing to files transferred as output from jobs since this condor_schedd was started. If STATISTICS_TO_PUBLISH contains TRANSFER:2, for each active user, this attribute is also published prefixed by the user name, with the name Owner_<username>_FileTransferFileWriteSeconds. The published user name is actually the file transfer queue name, as defined by configuration variable TRANSFER_QUEUE_USER_EXPR .

FileTransferNetReadLoad_<timespan>

Exponential moving average over the specified time span of the rate at which submit-side file transfer processes have spent time reading from the network when transferring output from jobs. One file transfer process spending nearly all of its time reading from the network will generate a load close to 1.0. The reason a file transfer process may spend a long time writing to the network could be a network bottleneck on the path between the submit and execute machine. It could also be caused by slow reads from the disk on the execute side. The time spans that are published are configured by TRANSFER_IO_REPORT_TIMESPANS , which defaults to 1m, 5m, 1h, and 1d. When less than one full time span has accumulated, the attribute is not published. If STATISTICS_TO_PUBLISH contains TRANSFER:2, for each active user, this attribute is also published prefixed by the user name, with the name Owner_<username>_FileTransferNetReadLoad_<timespan>. The published user name is actually the file transfer queue name, as defined by configuration variable TRANSFER_QUEUE_USER_EXPR .

FileTransferNetReadSeconds

Total number of submit-side transfer process seconds spent reading from the network when transferring output from jobs since this condor_schedd was started. The reason a file transfer process may spend a long time writing to the network could be a network bottleneck on the path between the submit and execute machine. It could also be caused by slow reads from the disk on the execute side. If STATISTICS_TO_PUBLISH contains TRANSFER:2, for each active user, this attribute is also published prefixed by the user name, with the name Owner_<username>_FileTransferNetReadSeconds. The published user name is actually the file transfer queue name, as defined by configuration variable TRANSFER_QUEUE_USER_EXPR .

FileTransferNetWriteLoad_<timespan>

Exponential moving average over the specified time span of the rate at which submit-side file transfer processes have spent time writing to the network when transferring input to jobs. One file transfer process spending nearly all of its time writing to the network will generate a load close to 1.0. The reason a file transfer process may spend a long time writing to the network could be a network bottleneck on the path between the submit and execute machine. It could also be caused by slow writes to the disk on the execute side. The time spans that are published are configured by TRANSFER_IO_REPORT_TIMESPANS , which defaults to 1m, 5m, 1h, and 1d. When less than one full time span has accumulated, the attribute is not published. If STATISTICS_TO_PUBLISH contains TRANSFER:2, for each active user, this attribute is also published prefixed by the user name, with the name Owner_<username>_FileTransferNetWriteLoad_<timespan>. The published user name is actually the file transfer queue name, as defined by configuration variable TRANSFER_QUEUE_USER_EXPR .

FileTransferNetWriteSeconds

Total number of submit-side transfer process seconds spent writing to the network when transferring input to jobs since this condor_schedd was started. The reason a file transfer process may spend a long time writing to the network could be a network bottleneck on the path between the submit and execute machine. It could also be caused by slow writes to the disk on the execute side. The time spans that are published are configured by TRANSFER_IO_REPORT_TIMESPANS , which defaults to 1m, 5m, 1h, and 1d. When less than one full time span has accumulated, the attribute is not published. If STATISTICS_TO_PUBLISH contains TRANSFER:2, for each active user, this attribute is also published prefixed by the user name, with the name Owner_<username>_FileTransferNetWriteSeconds. The published user name is actually the file transfer queue name, as defined by configuration variable TRANSFER_QUEUE_USER_EXPR .

FileTransferUploadBytes

Total number of bytes uploaded as input to jobs since this condor_schedd was started. If STATISTICS_TO_PUBLISH contains TRANSFER:2, for each active user, this attribute is also published prefixed by the user name, with the name Owner_<username>_FileTransferUploadBytes. The published user name is actually the file transfer queue name, as defined by configuration variable TRANSFER_QUEUE_USER_EXPR .

FileTransferUploadBytesPerSecond_<timespan>

Exponential moving average over the specified time span of the rate at which bytes have been uploaded as input to jobs. The time spans that are published are configured by TRANSFER_IO_REPORT_TIMESPANS , which defaults to 1m, 5m, 1h, and 1d. When less than one full time span has accumulated, the attribute is not published. If STATISTICS_TO_PUBLISH contains TRANSFER:2, for each active user, this attribute is also published prefixed by the user name, with the name Owner_<username>_FileTransferUploadBytesPerSecond_<timespan>. The published user name is actually the file transfer queue name, as defined by configuration variable TRANSFER_QUEUE_USER_EXPR .

TransferQueueMBWaitingToDownload

Number of megabytes of output files waiting to be downloaded.

TransferQueueMBWaitingToUpload

Number of megabytes of input files waiting to be uploaded.

TransferQueueNumWaitingToDownload

Number of jobs waiting to transfer output files.

TransferQueueNumWaitingToUpload

Number of jobs waiting to transfer input files.