HTCondor-CE Release Highlights

Latest Releases

5.1.2

Highlights of this release are:

  • Fixed the default memory and CPU requests when using job router transforms
  • Apply default MaxJobs and MaxJobsIdle when using job router transforms
  • Improved SciTokens support in submission tools
  • Fixed –debug flag in condor_ce_run
  • Update configuration verification script to handle job router transforms
  • Corrected ownership of the HTCondor PER_JOBS_HISTORY_DIR
  • Fix bug passing maximum wall time requests to the local batch system
5.1.1

Highlights of this release are:

  • Improved restart time of HTCondor-CE View
  • Fixed bug that caused HTCondor-CE to ignore incoming BatchRuntime requests
  • Fixed RPM dependency issue when installing for non-HTCondor batch systems

Please refer to the update instructions to update to this version.

5.1.0

Highlights of this release are:

  • Add support for ClassAd transforms to the JobRouter
  • Add mapped user and X.509 attribute to local HTCondor pool AccountingGroup mappings to Job Routers configured to use the ClassAd transform syntax;
  • Accept BatchRuntime attributes from incoming jobs to set their maximum walltime
  • Update the HTCondor-CE registry to Python 3
  • Enable SSL authentication by default for READ/WRITE authorization levels
  • APEL reporting scripts now use history files in the local HTCondor PER_JOB_HISTORY_DIR to collect job data
  • Use the GlobalJobID attribute as the APEL record lrmsID

Please refer to the update instructions to update to this version.

4.4.1

The HTCondor team is pleased to announce the release of HTCondor-CE 4.4.1. Highlights of this release are: Fixed a stacktrace with the BDII provider when “HTCONDORCE_SPEC” isn’t defined in the local HTCondor configuration; Fixed a race condition that could result in removed jobs being put on hold; Improved performance of the HTCondor-CE View. A complete list of new features and fixed bugs can be found in the version history. HTCondor-CE 4.4.1 binaries are available from our YUM Repository.

4.4.0

The HTCondor team is pleased to announce the release of HTCondor-CE 4.4.0. Highlights of this release are: Add plug-in interface to HTCondor-CE View and separate out OSG-specific code and configuration; Add configuration option (COMPLETED_JOB_EXPIRATION) for how many days completed jobs may stay in the queue; Replace APEL uploader SchedD cron with init and systemd services; Fix HTCondor-CE View SchedD query that caused “Info” tables to be blank; Add the CE registry web application to the Central Collector; Identify broken job routes upon startup; Add benchmarking parameters to the BDII provider via HTCONDORCE_SPEC in the configuration; Fix handling of unmapped GSI users in the Central Collector; Fix reference to old BDII configuration values; Drop vestigial Central Collector configuration generator script and service; Fix unmapped GSI/SSL regular expressions and allow unmapped entities to advertise to the Central Collector; Add SSL support for reporting to Central Collectors; GLUE2 validation improvements for the BDII provider. A complete list of new features and fixed bugs can be found in the version history. HTCondor-CE 4.4.0 binaries are available from our YUM Repository.

4.1.0

The HTCondor team is pleased to announce the release of HTCondor-CE 4.1.0. HTCondor-CE is a grid gateway that forwards resource provisioning requests to your local cluster. HTCondor-CE was originally developed by the Open Science Grid (OSG). The Center for High-Throughput Computing (CHTC) now distributes and supports HTCondor-CE for use outside of the OSG. Highlights of this release are: Added the ability to configure the environment of routed jobs; Simplified APEL configuration; Fixed the ability to specify certificate locations for SSL authentication; Refined the APEL record filter to ignore jobs that have not yet started; Fixed an issue where “condor_ce_q” required authentication; Re-enabled the ability for local users to submit jobs to the CE queue; Fixed an issue where some jobs were capped at 72 mins instead of 72 hrs; Improved BDII provider error handling. A complete list of new features and fixed bugs can be found in the version history. HTCondor-CE 4.1.0 binaries are available from our YUM Repository.

3.4.3

The HTCondor team is pleased to announce the release of HTCondor-CE 3.4.3. Highlights of this release are: Fixed a stacktrace with the BDII provider when “HTCONDORCE_SPEC” isn’t defined in the local HTCondor configuration; Fixed a race condition that could result in removed jobs being put on hold. A complete list of new features and fixed bugs can be found in the version history. HTCondor-CE 3.4.3 binaries are available from our YUM Repository.

3.4.2

The HTCondor team is pleased to announce the release of HTCondor-CE 3.4.2. Highlights of this release are: Identify broken job routes upon startup; Add benchmarking parameters to the BDII provider via HTCONDORCE_SPEC in the configuration; Replace APEL uploader SchedD cron with init and systemd services; Fix reference to old BDII configuration values; Improvements to the GLUE2 validation for the BDII provider. A complete list of new features and fixed bugs can be found in the version history. HTCondor-CE 3.4.2 binaries are available from our YUM Repository.

3.4.0

The HTCondor team is pleased to announce the release of HTCondor-CE 3.4.0. HTCondor-CE is a grid gateway that forwards resource provisioning requests to your local cluster. HTCondor-CE was originally developed by the Open Science Grid (OSG). The Center for High-Throughput Computing (CHTC) now distributes and supports HTCondor-CE for use outside of the OSG. Highlights of this release are: Added the ability to configure the environment of routed jobs; Simplified APEL configuration; Refined the APEL record filter to ignore jobs that have not yet started; Improved BDII provider error handling. A complete list of new features and fixed bugs can be found in the version history. HTCondor-CE 3.4.0 binaries are available from our YUM Repository.