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Name

       condor_drain Control - draining of an execute machine

Synopsis

       condor_drain [-help]

       condor_drain[-debug]  [-pool pool-name] [-graceful |-quick |-fast] [-resume-on-completion]
       [-check expr] machine-name

       condor_drain[-debug] [-pool pool-name] -cancel[-request-id id] machine-name

Description

       condor_drainis an administrative command used to control the draining of all slots  on  an
       execute  machine.  When  a  machine  is  draining,  it will not accept any new jobs. Which
       machine to drain is specified by the argument machine-name, and will be the  same  as  the
       machine ClassAd attribute Machine.

       How  currently  running  jobs  are treated depends on the draining schedule that is chosen
       with a command-line option:

       -graceful

          Initiate a graceful eviction of the job. This means all promises that have been made to
          the   job  are  honored,  including  MaxJobRetirementTime.  The  eviction  of  jobs  is
          coordinated to reduce idle time. This means that if one slot has  a  job  with  a  long
          retirement  time  and  the  other  slots  have  jobs with shorter retirement times, the
          effective retirement time for all of the  jobs  is  the  longer  one.  If  no  draining
          schedule is specified, -gracefulis chosen by default.

       -quick

          MaxJobRetirementTimeis not honored. Eviction of jobs is immediately initiated. Jobs are
          given time to shut down and produce checkpoints, according to the  usual  policy,  that
          is, given by MachineMaxVacateTime.

       -fast

          Jobs  are  immediately hard-killed, with no chance to gracefully shut down or produce a
          checkpoint.

       Once draining is complete, the machine will enter the Drained/Idle state. To resume normal
       operation   (negotiation)  at  that  time  or  any  previous  time  during  draining,  the
       -canceloption may be used. The -resume-on-completionoption results in automatic resumption
       of normal operation once draining has completed, and may be used when initiating draining.
       This is useful for forcing a machine with  a  partitionable  slots  to  join  all  of  the
       resources  back together into one machine, facilitating de-fragmentation and whole machine
       negotiation.

Options

       -help

          Display brief usage information and exit.

       -debug

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

       -pool pool-name

          Specify an alternate HTCondor pool, if the default one is not desired.

       -graceful

          (the default) Honor the maximum vacate and retirement time policy.

       -quick

          Honor the maximum vacate time, but not the retirement time policy.

       -fast

          Honor neither the maximum vacate time policy nor the retirement time policy.

       -resume-on-completion

          When  done  draining,  resume normal operation, such that potentially the whole machine
          could be claimed.

       -check expr

          Abort draining, if expris not true for all slots to be drained.

       -cancel

          Cancel a prior draining request, to permit  the  condor_negotiatorto  use  the  machine
          again.

       -request-id id

          Specify   a   specific   draining   request   to   cancel,  where  idis  given  by  the
          DrainingRequestIdmachine ClassAd attribute.

Exit Status

       condor_drainwill exit with a non-zero status value if it  fails  and  zero  status  if  it
       succeeds.

Author

       Center for High Throughput Computing, University of Wisconsin–Madison

Copyright

       Copyright  © 1990-2016 Center for High Throughput Computing, Computer Sciences Department,
       University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI. All  Rights  Reserved.  Licensed  under  the
       Apache License, Version 2.0.

                                          September 2019                          condor_drain(1)