If a job is currently running, modified attributes for that job will not affect the job until it restarts. As an example, for PeriodicRemove to affect when a currently running job will be removed from the queue, that job must first be evicted from a machine and returned to the queue. The same is true for other periodic expressions, such as PeriodicHold and PeriodicRelease .
condor_qedit validates both attribute names and attribute values, checking for correct ClassAd syntax. An error message is printed, and no attribute is set or changed if the name or value is invalid.
Causes debugging information to be sent to stderr , based on the value of the configuration variable TOOL_DEBUG
Modify job attributes in the queue of the specified schedd
Modify job attributes in the queue of the schedd specified in the specified pool
% condor_qedit -name north.cs.wisc.edu -pool condor.cs.wisc.edu 249.0 answer 42
Set attribute "answer".
% condor_qedit -name perdita 1849.0 In "myinput"
Set attribute "In".
% condor_qedit jbasney NiceUser TRUE
Set attribute "NiceUser".
% condor_qedit -constraint JobUniverse == 1 Requirements (Arch == "INTEL") && (OpSys == "SOLARIS26") && (Disk >= ExecutableSize) && (VirtualMemory >= ImageSize)
Set attribute "Requirements".
A jobs ClassAd attributes may be viewed with
condor_qedit will 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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