list all token requests at a remote daemon


condor_token_request_list [-pool pool_name] [-name hostname] [-type type] [-json] [-debug]

condor_token_request_list [-help ]


condor_token_request_list will list all requests for tokens currently queued at a remote daemon. This allows the administrator to review token requests; these requests may be subsequently approved with an invocation of condor_token_request_approve.

An individual with ADMINISTRATOR authorization may see all queued token requests; otherwise, users can only see token requests for their own identity.

By default, condor_token_request_list will query the local condor_collector; by specifying a combination of -pool, -name, or -type, the tool can request tokens in other pools, on other hosts, or different daemon types.



Causes debugging information to be sent to stderr, based on the value of the configuration variable TOOL_DEBUG.


Display brief usage information and exit.

-name hostname

Request a token from the daemon named hostname in the pool. If not specified, the locally-running daemons will be used.

-pool pool_name

Request a token from a daemon in a non-default pool pool_name.


Causes all pending requests to be printed as JSON objects.

-type type

Request a token from a specific daemon type type. If not given, a condor_collector is used.


To list the tokens at the default condor_collector:

$ condor_token_request_list
RequestId = "4303687"
ClientId = ""
PeerLocation = ""
AuthenticatedIdentity = "anonymous@ssl"
RequestedIdentity = ""
LimitAuthorization = "ADVERTISE_STARTD"

RequestedIdentity = ""
AuthenticatedIdentity = ""
PeerLocation = ""
ClientId = ""
RequestId = "4413973"

Exit Status

condor_token_request_list will exit with a non-zero status value if it fails to communicate with the remote daemon or fails to authenticate. Otherwise, it will exit 0.

See also

condor_token_request(1), condor_token_request_approve(1), condor_token_list(1)


Center for High Throughput Computing, University of Wisconsin-Madison