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condor_prio change - priority of jobs in the HTCondor queue
condor_prio -p priority+ value- value[-n schedd_name] cluster | cluster.process | username | -a condor_prio-p priority+ value- value[-pool pool_name-n schedd_name] cluster | cluster.process | username | -a
condor_priochanges the priority of one or more jobs in the HTCondor queue. If the job identification is given by cluster.process, condor_prioattempts to change the priority of the single job with job ClassAd attributes ClusterId and ProcId . If described by cluster, condor_prioattempts to change the priority of all processes with the given ClusterId job ClassAd attribute. If usernameis specified, condor_prioattempts to change priority of all jobs belonging to that user. For -a, condor_prioattempts to change priority of all jobs in the queue. The user must set a new priority with the -poption, or specify a priority adjustment. The priority of a job can be any integer, with higher numbers corresponding to greater priority. For adjustment of the current priority, + valueincreases the priority by the amount given with value. - valuedecreases the priority by the amount given with value. Only the owner of a job or the super user can change the priority. The priority changed by condor_priois only used when comparing to the priority jobs owned by the same user and submitted from the same machine.
-n schedd_name Change priority of jobs queued at the specified condor_scheddin the local pool. -pool pool_name-n schedd_name Change priority of jobs queued at the specified condor_scheddin the specified pool.
condor_priowill 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-Madison
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