# condor_evicted_files¶

Inspect the file(s) that HTCondor is holding on to as a result of a job being evicted when when_to_transfer_output = ON_EXIT_OR_EVICT, or checkpointing when CheckpointExitCode is set.

## Synopsis¶

condor_evicted_files [COMMAND] <clusterID>.<procID>[ <clusterID.<procID>]*

## Description¶

Print the directory or directories HTCondor is using to store files for the specified job or jobs. COMMAND may be one of dir, list, or get:

• dir: Print the directory (for each job) in which the file(s) are stored.

• list: List the contents of the directory (for each job).

• get: Copy the contents of the directory to a subdirectory named after each job’s ID.

## General Remarks¶

The tool presently has a number of limitations:

• It must be run the same machine as the job’s schedd.

• The schedd must NOT have ALTERNATE_JOB_SPOOL set

• You can’t name the destination directory for the get command.

• The tool can’t distinguish between an invalid job ID and a job for which HTCondor never held any files.

## Exit Status¶

Returns 0 on success.

## Author¶

Center for High Throughput Computing, University of Wisconsin-Madison