condor_submit_workers - submit work_queue_worker to the Condor grid.
condor_submit_workers [options] <servername> <port> <num-workers>
condor_submit_workers schedules the execution of work_queue_worker(1)
on a grid managed by Condor through its job submission interface, condor_submit.
The number of work_queue_worker scheduled and run is given by the num-workers
The servername and port arguments specify the hostname and port number of the
master for the work_queue_worker to connect. These two arguments become optional when the
auto mode option is specified for work_queue_worker.
| -a ||Enable auto mode for work_queue_worker.
| -s ||Run as a shared worker.
| -N <name>|
|Preferred project name for work_queue_worker to connect.
| -C <catalog>|
|Set catalog server for work_queue_worker to . format: HOSTNAME:PORT.
| -t <seconds>|
|Abort work_queue_worker after this amount of idle time (default=900s).
| -r <requirements>|
|Condor requirements ClassAd.
| -h ||Show help message.
On success, returns zero. On failure, returns non-zero.
Submit 10 worker instances to run on Condor and connect to a specific master:
condor_submit_workers master.somewhere.edu 9123 10
Submit 10 work_queue_worker instances to run on Condor in auto mode with their
preferred project name set to Project_A and abort timeout set to 3600 seconds:
condor_submit_workers -a -t 3600 -N Project_A 10
The Cooperative Computing Tools are Copyright (C) 2003-2004 Douglas Thain and Copyright (C) 2005-2011 The University of Notre Dame. This software is distributed under the GNU General Public License. See the file COPYING for details.
Cooperative Computing Tools Documentation
Work Queue User Manual
CCTools 3.7.2 released on 04/23/2013