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       condor_who  Display  -  information  about  owners  of jobs and jobs running on an execute


       condor_who [help options] [address options] [display options]


       condor_who queries and displays information about the user that owns the jobs running on a
       machine. It is intended to be run on an execute machine.

       The options that may be supplied to condor_whobelong to three groups:

          * Help optionsprovide information about the condor_who tool.

          * Address optionsallow destination specification for query.

          *  Display  optionscontrol  the  formatting  and  which  of  the queried information to

       At any time, only one help optionand one address optionmay be  specified.  Any  number  of
       display optionsmay be specified.

       condor_whoobtains   its   information   about   jobs   by   talking   to   one   or   more
       condor_startddaemons.   So,   condor_whomust   identify   the   command   port   of    any
       condor_startddaemons.  An  address  optionprovides this information. If noaddress optionis
       given on the command line, then condor_whosearches using this ordering:

          1. A defined value of the environment variable  CONDOR_CONFIG specifies  the  directory
          where log and address files are to be scanned for needed information.

          2.  With  the  aim  of  finding  all condor_startddaemons, condor_who utilizes the same
          algorithm it would using the -allpidsoption. The Linux psor the Windows tasklistprogram
          obtains  all  PIDs.  As  Linux   root  or Windows  administrator , the Linux lsofor the
          Windows netstatidentifies open sockets and from  there  the  PIDs  of  listen  sockets.
          Correlating  the  two  lists  of  PIDs  results in identifying the command ports of all



          (help option) Display usage information


          (help option) Display information about the daemons running on the  specified  machine,
          including the daemon's PID, IP address and command port


          (help option) Display extra information helpful for debugging


          (help option) Display PIDs and addresses of daemons

       -address hostaddress

          (address option) Identify the condor_startdhost address to query


          (address option) Query all local condor_startddaemons

       -logdir directoryname

          (address  option)  Specifies  the  directory  containing  log  and  address  files that
          condor_who will scan to search for command ports of condor_startdaemons to query

       -pid PID

          (address option) Use the given PIDto identify the condor_startddaemon to query


          (display option) Display entire ClassAds


          (display option) Displays fields without truncating them in order to fit screen width

       -format fmt attr

          (display option) Display attribute attrin format  fmt.  To  display  the  attribute  or
          expression  the  format  must  contain a single  printf(3) -style conversion specifier.
          Attributes must be from the resource ClassAd. Expressions are ClassAd  expressions  and
          may  refer  to attributes in the resource ClassAd. If the attribute is not present in a
          given ClassAd and cannot be parsed as an expression, then the  format  option  will  be
          silently  skipped.  %r  prints the unevaluated, or raw values. The conversion specifier
          must match the type of the attribute or expression. %s is suitable for strings such  as
          Name  , %d for integers such as  LastHeardFrom , and %f for floating point numbers such
          as  LoadAvg . %v identifies the type of the attribute, and then prints the value in  an
          appropriate  format. %V identifies the type of the attribute, and then prints the value
          in an appropriate format as it would appear in the -longformat. As an example,  strings
          used  with  %V  will  have  quote  marks.  An incorrect format will result in undefined
          behavior. Do not use more than one conversion specifier in a given  format.  More  than
          one  conversion  specifier  will  result  in  undefined  behavior.  To  output multiple
          attributes repeat the -formatoption once for each desired  attribute.  Like   printf(3)
          -style  formats,  one may include other text that will be reproduced directly. A format
          without any conversion specifiers may be specified, but an attribute is still required.
          Include n to specify a line break.

       -autoformat[:lhVr,tng] attr1 [attr2 ...]or -af[:lhVr,tng] attr1 [attr2 ...]

          (display  option)  Display  attribute(s)  or  expression(s)  formatted in a default way
          according to attribute types. This option takes an arbitrary number of attribute  names
          as  arguments,  and  prints  out  their  values,  with a space between each value and a
          newline character after the last value. It is like  the  -formatoption  without  format

          It  is  assumed  that  no attribute names begin with a dash character, so that the next
          word that begins with dash is the start of the next option. The autoformatoption may be
          followed  by  a  colon  character  and  formatting  qualifiers  to  deviate  the output
          formatting from the default:

          llabel each field,

          hprint column headings before the first line of output,

          Vuse %V rather than %v for formatting (string values are quoted),

          rprint "raw", or unevaluated values,

          ,add a comma character after each field,

          tadd a tab character before each field instead of the default space character,

          nadd a newline character after each field,

          gadd a newline character between ClassAds, and suppress spaces before each field.

          Use -af:hto get tabular values with headings.

          Use -af:lrngto get -long equivalent format.

          The newline and comma characters may notbe used  together.  The  land  hcharacters  may
          notbe used together.


       Example  1Sample  output  from  the local machine, which is running a single HTCondor job.
       Note that the output of the  PROGRAM field will be truncated to fit the  display,  similar
       to the artificial truncation shown in this example output.

       % condor_who

       OWNER                    CLIENT            SLOT JOB RUNTIME    PID    PROGRAM        2     320.0     0+00:00:08     7776

       Example 2Verbose sample output.

       % condor_who  -verbose

       LOG directory "D:\scratch\condor\master\test/log"

       Daemon       PID      Exit       Addr                     Log, Log.Old
       ------       ---      ----       ----                     ---, -------
       Collector    6788                <> CollectorLog, CollectorLog.old
       Credd        8148                <> CredLog, CredLog.old
       Master       5976                <> MasterLog,
       Match MatchLog, MatchLog.old
       Negotiator   6600 NegotiatorLog, NegotiatorLog.old
       Schedd       6336                <> SchedLog, SchedLog.old
       Shadow ShadowLog,
       Slot1 StarterLog.slot1,
       Slot2        7272                <> StarterLog.slot2,
       Slot3 StarterLog.slot3,
       Slot4 StarterLog.slot4,
       SoftKill SoftKillLog,
       Startd       7416                <> StartLog, StartLog.old
       Starter StarterLog,
       TOOL                                                      TOOLLog,

       OWNER                    CLIENT            SLOT JOB RUNTIME    PID    PROGRAM        2     320.0     0+00:01:28      7776

Exit Status

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


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       Department,  University  of  Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI. All Rights Reserved. Licensed
       under the Apache License, Version 2.0.

                                            April 2018                              condor_who(1)