Option to provide alias to display for job in jobsub_q instead of command
I am running many jobs using one general script which is able to run different commands. When I check my jobs using jobsub_q they all look the same as by default the job name = script_name + date + id + etc. Is there a way to define the name for the job by hand? So e.g. after
jobsub_submit my_arguments -something my_name file://my_script.sh
on jobsub_q list I will se my_name... instead of my_script...
Often the command listed in jobsub_q or condor_q is not terribly useful, an option to provide an alias would be helpful.
#2 Updated by Dennis Box over 1 year ago
- Assignee set to Dennis Box
- Target version set to v1.2.6
jobsub_q displays the value of the 'Cmd' attribute in the classad . It could optionally set a new classad attribute, say JOBSUB_USER_TAG and then display ifthenelse(defined(JOBSUB_USER_TAG),JOBSUB_USER_TAG,CMD)