Collector ClassAd Attributes

ActiveQueryWorkers:
Current number of forked child processes handling queries.
ActiveQueryWorkersPeak:
Peak number of forked child processes handling queries since collector startup or statistics reset.
PendingQueries:
Number of queries pending that are waiting to fork.
PendingQueriesPeak:
Peak number of queries pending that are waiting to fork since collector startup or statistics reset.
DroppedQueries:
Total number of queries aborted since collector startup (or statistics reset) because COLLECTOR_QUERY_WORKERS_PENDING exceeded, or COLLECTOR_QUERY_MAX_WORKTIME exceeded, or client closed TCP socket while request was pending. This statistic is also available as RecentDroppedQueries which represents a count of recently dropped queries that occured within a recent time window (default of 20 minutes).
CollectorIpAddr:
String with the IP and port address of the condor_collector daemon which is publishing this ClassAd.
CondorVersion:
A string containing the HTCondor version number, the release date, and the build identification number.
CondorVersion:
The current number of active forks of the Collector. The Windows version of the Collector does not fork and will not have this statistic.
CurrentJobsRunningAll:
An integer value representing the sum of all jobs running under all universes.
CurrentJobsRunning<universe>:

An integer value representing the current number of jobs running under the universe which forms the attribute name. For example

CurrentJobsRunningVanilla = 567

identifies that the condor_collector counts 567 vanilla universe jobs currently running. <universe> is one of Unknown, Standard, Vanilla, Scheduler, Java, Parallel, VM, or Local. There are other universes, but they are not listed here, as they represent ones that are no longer used in Condor.

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).
HandleLocate:
Number of locate queries the Collector has handled without forking since it started.
HandleLocateRuntime:
Total time spent handling locate queries without forking since the Collector started. This attribute also has minimum, maximum, average and standard deviation statistics with Min, Max, Avg and Std suffixes respectively.
HandleLocateForked:
Number of locate queries the Collector has handled by forking since it started. The Windows operating system does not fork and will not have this statistic.
HandleLocateForkedRuntime:
Total time spent forking to handle locate queries since the Collector started. This attribute also has minimum, maximum, average and standard deviation statistics with Min, Max, Avg and Std suffixes respectively. The Windows operating system does not fork and will not have this statistic.
HandleLocateMissedFork:
Number of locate queries the Collector recieved since the Collector started that could not be handled immediately because there were already too many forked child processes. The Windows operating system does not fork and will not have this statistic.
HandleLocateMissedForkRuntime:
Total time spent queueing pending locate queries that could not be immediately handled by forking since the Collector started. This attribute also has minimum, maximum, average and standard deviation statistics with Min, Max, Avg and Std suffixes respectively. The Windows operating system does not fork and will not have this statistic.
HandleQuery:
Number of queries that are not locate queries the Collector has handled without forking since it started.
HandleQueryRuntime:
Total time spent handling queries that are not locate queries without forking since the Collector started. This attribute also has minimum, maximum, average and standard deviation statistics with Min, Max, Avg and Std suffixes respectively.
HandleQueryForked:
Number of queries that are not locate queries the Collector has handled by forking since it started. The Windows operating system does not fork and will not have this statistic.
HandleQueryForkedRuntime:
Total time spent forking to handle queries that are not locate queries since the Collector started. This attribute also has minimum, maximum, average and standard deviation statistics with Min, Max, Avg and Std suffixes respectively. The Windows operating system does not fork and will not have this statistic.
HandleQueryMissedFork:
Number of queries that are not locate queries the Collector recieved since the Collector started that could not be handled immediately because there were already too many forked child processes. The Windows operating system does not fork and will not have this statistic.
HandleQueryMissedForkRuntime:
Total time spent queueing pending non-locate queries that could not be immediately handled by forking since the Collector started. This attribute also has minimum, maximum, average and standard deviation statistics with Min, Max, Avg and Std suffixes respectively. The Windows operating system does not fork and will not have this statistic.
HostsClaimed:
Description is not yet written.
HostsOwner:
Description is not yet written.
HostsTotal:
Description is not yet written.
HostsUnclaimed:
Description is not yet written.
IdleJobs:
Description is not yet written.
Machine:
A string with the machine’s fully qualified host name.
MaxJobsRunning<universe:
An integer value representing the sum of all MaxJobsRunning<universe> values.
MaxJobsRunning<universe>:

An integer value representing largest number of currently running jobs ever seen under the universe which forms the attribute name, over the life of this condor_collector process. For example

MaxJobsRunningVanilla = 401

identifies that the condor_collector saw 401 vanilla universe jobs currently running at one point in time, and that was the largest number it had encountered. <universe> is one of Unknown, Standard, Vanilla, Scheduler, Java, Parallel, VM, or Local. There are other universes, but they are not listed here, as they represent ones that are no longer used in Condor.

MyAddress:
String with the IP and port address of the condor_collector 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.
CondorVersion:
The maximum number of active forks of the Collector at any time since the Collector started. The Windows version of the Collector does not fork and will not have this statistic.
RunningJobs:
Definition not yet written.
StartdAds:
The integer number of unique condor_startd daemon ClassAds counted at the most recent time the condor_collector updated its own ClassAd.
StartdAdsPeak:
The largest integer number of unique condor_startd daemon ClassAds seen at any one time, since the condor_collector began executing.
SubmitterAds:
The integer number of unique submitters counted at the most recent time the condor_collector updated its own ClassAd.
SubmitterAdsPeak:
The largest integer number of unique submitters seen at any one time, since the condor_collector began executing.
UpdateInterval:
Description is not yet written.
UpdateSequenceNumber:
An integer that begins at 0, and increments by one each time the same ClassAd is again advertised.
UpdatesInitial:
A Statistics attribute representing a count of unique ClassAds seen, over the lifetime of this condor_collector. Counts per ClassAd are advertised in attributes named by ClassAd type as UpdatesInitial_<ClassAd-Name>. <ClassAd-Name> is each of CkptSrvr, Collector, Defrag, Master, Schedd, Start, StartdPvt, and Submittor.
UpdatesLost:
A Statistics attribute representing the count of updates lost, over the lifetime of this condor_collector. Counts per ClassAd are advertised in attributes named by ClassAd type as UpdatesLost_<ClassAd-Name>. <ClassAd-Name> is each of CkptSrvr, Collector, Defrag, Master, Schedd, Start, StartdPvt, and Submittor.
UpdatesLostMax:
A Statistics attribute defining the largest number of updates lost at any point in time, over the lifetime of this condor_collector. ClassAd sequence numbers are used to detect lost ClassAds.
UpdatesLostRatio:
A Statistics attribute defining the floating point ratio of the total number of updates to the number of updates lost over the lifetime of this condor_collector. ClassAd sequence numbers are used to detect lost ClassAds. A value of 1 indicates that all ClassAds have been lost.
UpdatesTotal:
A Statistics attribute representing the count of the number of ClassAd updates received over the lifetime of this condor_collector. Counts per ClassAd are advertised in attributes named by ClassAd type as UpdatesTotal_<ClassAd-Name>. <ClassAd-Name> is each of CkptSrvr, Collector, Defrag, Master, Schedd, Start, StartdPvt, and Submittor.