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Name
       condor_procd Track and manage process families

Synopsis
       condor_procd -h

       condor_procd -A address-file [ options ]

Description
       condor_procd  tracks  and manages process families on behalf of the HT-
       Condor daemons. It may track families of	PIDs  via  relationships  such
       as:  direct parent/child, environment variables,	UID, and supplementary
       group IDs. Management of	the PID	families include

	  * registering	new families or	new members of existing	families

	  * getting usage information

	  * signaling families for operations such as suspension,  continuing,
	  or killing the family

	  *  getting  a	snapshot of the	tree of	families In a regular HTCondor
	  installation,	this program is	not intended to	be used	or executed by
	  any human.

       The  required  argument,	-A address-file	, is the path and file name of
       the address file	which is the named pipe	that clients must use to speak
       with the	condor_procd .

Options
       -h

	  Print	out usage information and exit.

       -D

	  Wait	for  the debugger. Initially sleep 30 seconds before beginning
	  normal function.

       -C principal

	  The principal	is the UID of the owner	of the named pipe that clients
	  must use to speak to the condor_procd	.

       -L log-file

	  A file the condor_procd will use to write logging information.

       -E

	  When	specified,  another tool such as the procd_ctl tool must allo-
	  cate the GID associated with a process.  When	 this  option  is  not
	  specified, the condor_procd will allocate the	GID itself.

       -P PID

	  If  not  specified,  the condor_procd	will use the condor_procd con-
	  dor_procd and	the root of the	tracking family. When  not  specified,
	  if  the  condor_procd	 condor_procd  exits. When specified, the con-
	  dor_procd will track this PID	family in question and not  also  exit
	  if the PID exits.

       -S seconds

	  The  maximum	number	of  seconds the	condor_procd will wait between
	  taking snapshots of the tree of families. Different clients  to  the
	  condor_procd	can  specify  different	 snapshot  times. The quickest
	  snapshot time	is the one performed by	the condor_procd .  When  this
	  option is not	specified, a default value of 60 seconds is used.

       -G min-gid max-gid

	  If the -E option is not specified, then track	process	families using
	  a self-allocated, free GID out of the	inclusive range	 specified  by
	  min-gid  and max-gid . This means that if a new process shows	up us-
	  ing a	previously known GID, the new process will automatically asso-
	  ciate	into the process family	assigned that GID. If the -E option is
	  specified, then instead of self-allocating the  GID,	the  procd_ctl
	  tool must be used to associate the GID with the PID root of the fam-
	  ily. The associated GID must still be	in the range  specified.  This
	  is a Linux-only feature.

       -K windows-softkill-binary

	  This	is the path and	executable name	of the condor_softkill.exe bi-
	  nary.	It is used to send softkill signals to process families.  This
	  is a Windows-only feature.

       -I glexec-kill-path glexec-path

	  Specifies, with glexec-kill-path , the path and executable name of a
	  binary used to send a	signal to a PID. The glexec binary,  specified
	  by  glexec-path  ,  executes the program specified with glexec-kill-
	  path under the right privileges to send the signal.

General	Remarks
       This program may	be used	in a stand alone mode, independent  of	HTCon-
       dor,  to	 track process families. The programs procd_ctl	and gidd_alloc
       are used	with the condor_procd in stand alone mode to interact with the
       daemon  and  to inquire about certain state of running processes	on the
       machine,	respectively.

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

Author
       Center for High Throughput Computing, University	of Wisconsin-Madison

Copyright
       Copyright  (C) 1990-2015	Center for High	Throughput Computing, Computer
       Sciences	Department, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI.  All
       Rights Reserved.	Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0.

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