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       condor_updates_stats Display - output from condor_status


       condor_updates_stats [ -- help - h] [ -- version]

       condor_updates_stats[ -- long - l] [ -- history=<min>-<max>] [ -- interval=<seconds>] [ --
       notime] [ -- time] [ -- summary - s]


       condor_updates_statsparses the output from condor_status, and it displays the  information
       relating  to  update  statistics in a useful format. The statistics are displayed with the
       most recent update first; the most recent update is numbered with the smallest value.

       The number of historic points that represent updates is configurable on a per-source basis
       by configuration variable  COLLECTOR_DAEMON_HISTORY_SIZE .



          Display usage information and exit.


          Same as --help.


          Display HTCondor version information and exit.


          All update statistics are displayed. Without this option, the statistics are condensed.


          Same as --long.


          Sets  the  range  of update numbers that are printed. By default, the entire history is
          displayed. To limit the range, the minimum and/or maximum number may be specified. If a
          minimum is not specified, values from 0 to the maximum are displayed. If the maximum is
          not specified, all values after the  minimum  are  displayed.  When  both  minimum  and
          maximum  are specified, the range to be displayed includes the endpoints as well as all
          values in between.  If  no  sign  is  given,  command-line  parsing  fails,  and  usage
          information  is  displayed. If an sign is given, with no minimum or maximum values, the
          default of the entire history is displayed.


          The assumed update interval,  in  seconds.  Assumed  times  for  the  the  updates  are
          displayed,  making  the  use  of  the  --timeoption  together with the --intervaloption


          Do not display assumed times for the the updates. If  more  than  one  of  the  options
          --notimeand --timeare provided, the final one within the command line parsed determines
          the display.


          Display assumed times for the the updates. If more than one of the options  --notimeand
          --timeare  provided,  the  final  one  within  the  command  line parsed determines the


          Display only summary information, not the entire history for each machine.


          Same as --summary.

Exit Status

       condor_updates_statswill exit with a status value of 0 (zero) upon success,  and  it  will
       exit with a nonzero value upon failure.


       Assuming  the  default  of  128  updates  kept, and assuming that the update interval is 5
       minutes, condor_updates_stats displays:

       $ condor_status -l host1 | condor_updates_stats  --interval=300
       (Reading from stdin)
       *** Name/Machine = '' MyType = 'Machine' ***
       Type: Main
         Stats: Total=2277, Seq=2276, Lost=3 (0.13%)
           0 @ Mon Feb 16 12:55:38 2004: Ok
          28 @ Mon Feb 16 10:35:38 2004: Missed
          29 @ Mon Feb 16 10:30:38 2004: Ok
         127 @ Mon Feb 16 02:20:38 2004: Ok

       Within this display, update numbered 27, which occurs later in time than the missed update
       numbered  28,  is  Ok.  Each  change  in  state,  in  reverse time order, displays in this
       condensed version.


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                                            April 2018                    condor_updates_stats(1)