Provided by: htcondor_8.6.8~dfsg.1-2build1_amd64 bug


       condor_gather_info Gather - information about an HTCondor installation and a queued job


       condor_gather_info[ -- jobidClusterId.ProcId] [ -- scratch/path/to/directory]


       condor_gather_infois  a Linux-only tool that will collect and output information about the
       machine it is run upon,  about  the  HTCondor  installation  local  to  the  machine,  and
       optionally  about  a specified HTCondor job. The information gathered by this tool is most
       often used as a debugging aid for the developers of HTCondor.

       Without the  --  jobidoption,  information  about  the  local  machine  and  its  HTCondor
       installation  is  gathered  and  placed  into  the  file called condor-profile.txt, in the
       current working directory. The information gathered is under the category of Identity.

       With the  -- jobidoption, additional information is gathered about the job  given  in  the
       command  line  argument  and  identified by its ClusterIdand ProcIdClassAd attributes. The
       information includes both categories, Identity and Job information.  As  the  quantity  of
       information  can  be extensive, this information is placed into a compressed tar file. The
       file is placed into the current working directory, and it is named using the format

       All  values  within   <>  are  substituted  with  current  values.  The  building  of this
       potentially large tar file can require a fair  amount  of  temporary  space.  If  the   --
       scratchoption  is  specified, it identifies a directory in which to build the tar file. If
       the  -- scratchoption is notspecified, then the directory will  be  /tmp/cgi-<PID>,  where
       the process ID is that of the condor_gather_info executable.

       The information gathered by this tool:

          1. Identity

             * User name who generated the report

             * Script location and machine name

             * Date of report creation

             * uname -a

             * Contents of /etc/issue

             * Contents of /etc/redhat-release

             * Contents of /etc/debian_version

             * Contents of $(LOG)/MasterLog

             * Contents of $(LOG)/ShadowLog

             * Contents of $(LOG)/SchedLog

             * Output of ps -auxww &ndash;forest

             * Output of df -h

             * Output of iptables -L

             * Output of ls `condor_config_val LOG`

             * Output of ldd `condor_config_val SBIN`/condor_schedd

             * Contents of /etc/hosts

             * Contents of /etc/nsswitch.conf

             * Output of ulimit -a

             * Output of uptime

             * Output of free

             * Network interface configuration (ifconfig)

             * HTCondor version

             * Location of HTCondor configuration files

             * HTCondor configuration variables

                * All variables and values

                * Definition locations for each configuration variable

          2. Job Information

             * Output of condor_q jobid

             * Output of condor_q -l jobid

             * Output of condor_q -analyze jobid

             * Job event log, if it exists

                * Only events pertaining to the job ID

             *  If  condor_gather_info  has the proper permissions, it runs condor_fetchlogon the
             machine where the job most recently ran, and includes the contents of the logs  from
             the condor_master, condor_startd, and condor_starter.


       &mdash;jobid <ClusterId.ProcId>

          Data  mine information about this HTCondor job from the local HTCondor installation and

       &mdash;scratch /path/to/directory

          A path to temporary space needed  when  building  the  output  tar  file.  Defaults  to
          /tmp/cgi-<PID>, where <PID>is replaced by the process ID of condor_gather_info .


          *   condor-profile.txtThe   Identity   portion   of   the   information  gathered  when
          condor_gather_info is run without arguments.

          output file which contains all of the information produced by this tool.

Exit Status

       condor_gather_infowill exit with a status value of 0 (zero) upon success, and it will exit
       with the value 1 (one) upon failure.


       Center for High Throughput Computing, University of Wisconsin&ndash;Madison


       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_gather_info(1)