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Computing with HTCondor™

Our goal is to develop, implement, deploy, and evaluate mechanisms and policies that support High Throughput Computing (HTC) on large collections of distributively owned computing resources. Guided by both the technological and sociological challenges of such a computing environment, the Center for High Throughput Computing at UW-Madison has been building the open source HTCondor distributed computing software (pronounced "aitch-tee-condor") and related technologies to enable scientists and engineers to increase their computing throughput.

Note: The HTCondor software was known as 'Condor' from 1988 until its name changed in 2012. If you are looking for Phoenix Software International's software development and library management system for z/VSE or z/OS, click here.

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HTCondor 8.7.1 released!

April 24, 2017

The HTCondor team is pleased to announce the release of HTCondor 8.7.1. This development series release contains new features that are under development. This release contains all of the bug fixes from the 8.6.2 stable release. Enhancements in the release include: Several performance enhancements in the collector; Further refinement and initial documentation of the HTCondor Annex; Enable chirp for Docker jobs; Job Router uses first match rather than round-robin matching; The schedd tracks jobs counts by status for each owner; Technology preview of late job materialization in the schedd. Further details can be found in the Development Version History and the Stable Version History. HTCondor 8.7.1 binaries and source code are available from our Downloads page.
HTCondor 8.6.2 released!

April 24, 2017

The HTCondor team is pleased to announce the release of HTCondor 8.6.2. A stable series release contains significant bug fixes. Highlights of this release are: New metaknobs for mapping users to groups; Now case-insensitive with Windows user names when storing credentials; Signal handling in the OpenMPI script; Report RemoteSysCpu for Docker jobs; Allow SUBMIT_REQUIREMENT to refer to X509 secure attributes; Linux kernel tuning script takes into account the machine's role. More details about the fixes can be found in the Version History. HTCondor 8.6.2 binaries and source code are available from our Downloads page.
Updated HTCondor Week schedule available; reception Wednesday

April 15, 2017

An updated version of the full HTCondor Week schedule is now available. You can access the schedules for each day from the HTCondor Week page. Hopefully this will be quite close to the final schedule.

Note that there will be a reception sponsored by Cycle Computing on Wednesday from 6-7pm. You can see the details at the Wednesday schedule page.

Please remember that the registration deadline for HTCondor Week is Tuesday, April 25 (register here).

Preliminary HTCondor Week schedule available

April 15, 2017

A preliminary verson of the full HTCondor Week schedule is now available. You can access the schedules for each day from the HTCondor Week page. Please remember that the registration deadline for HTCondor Week is Tuesday, April 25 (register here).
HTCondor Week registration deadline extended

April 13, 2017

The registration deadling for HTCondor Week has been extended until Tuesday, April 25. You can register here. Also, we anticipate posting a detailed schedule within the next day or two.
Register soon for HTCondor Week -- hotel block expires this week!

April 5, 2017

Monday, April 17 is the last day to register for HTCondor week. If you're planning to attend but haven't yet registered, please do so as soon as possible at the registration page. A few other notes:

Register now!

HTCondor Week 2017 will be held Tuesday, May 2 through Friday, May 5, 2017 at the Fluno Center on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. Registration for HTCondor Week 2017 is now closed.

The 2017 European HTCondor workshop will be held Tuesday, June 6 through Friday, June 9, 2017 at DESY in Hamburg, Germany. Registration is now open! The registration deadline is May 30, 2017.

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