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       condor_off Shutdown HTCondor daemons

       condor_off [ -help -version ]

       condor_off  [  -graceful	-fast -peaceful	-force-graceful	] [ -debug ] [
       -pool centralmanagerhostname[:portnumber] ] [ -name  hostname  hostname
       -addr  _a.b.c.d:port_  _a.b.c.d:port_  -constraint  expression -all ] [
       -daemon daemonname ]

       condor_off shuts	down a set of the HTCondor daemons running on a	set of
       one  or more machines. It does this cleanly so that checkpointable jobs
       may gracefully exit with	minimal	loss of	work.

       The command condor_off without any arguments will shut down all daemons
       except condor_master . The condor_master	can then handle	both local and
       remote requests to restart the other HTCondor daemons if	 need  be.  To
       restart HTCondor	running	on a machine, see the condor_on	command.

       With  the  -daemon master option, condor_off will shut down all daemons
       including the condor_master . Specification using  the  -daemon	option
       will shut down only the specified daemon.

       For  security reasons of	authentication and authorization, this command
       requires	 ADMINISTRATOR level of	access.


	  Display usage	information


	  Display version information


	  Gracefully shutdown daemons (the default)


	  Quickly shutdown daemons. A minimum of the first two	characters  of
	  this	option	must  be specified, to distinguish it from the -force-
	  graceful command.


	  Wait indefinitely for	jobs to	finish


	  Force	a graceful shutdown, even after	issuing	a -peaceful command. A
	  minimum  of  the  first two characters of this option	must be	speci-
	  fied,	to distinguish it from the -fast command.


	  Causes debugging information to be sent to  stderr ,	based  on  the
	  value	of the configuration variable  TOOL_DEBUG

       -pool centralmanagerhostname[:portnumber]

	  Specify  a pool by giving the	central	manager's host name and	an op-
	  tional port number

       -name hostname

	  Send the command to a	machine	identified by hostname


	  Send the command to a	machine	identified by hostname

       -addr _a.b.c.d:port_

	  Send the command to a	machine's master located at _a.b.c.d:port_


	  Send the command to a	machine	located	at _a.b.c.d:port_

       -constraint expression

	  Apply	this command only to machines matching the given  ClassAd  ex-


	  Send the command to all machines in the pool

       -daemon daemonname

	  Send	the command to the named daemon. Without this option, the com-
	  mand is sent to the condor_master daemon.

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

       To shut down all	daemons	(other than condor_master ) on the local host:

       % condor_off

       To shut down only the condor_collector on three named machines:

       % condor_off  cinnamon cloves vanilla -daemon collector

       To  shut	 down  daemons	within a pool of machines other	than the local
       pool, use the -pool option. The argument	is the	name  of  the  central
       manager	for  the  pool.	Note that one or more machines within the pool
       must be specified as the	targets	for the	command.  This	command	 shuts
       down  all  daemons except the condor_master on the single machine named
       cae17 within the	pool of	machines that has  as  its
       central manager:

       % condor_off  -pool -name cae17

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