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       condor_qedit modify job attributes

       condor_qedit [ -debug ] [ -n schedd-name	] [ -pool pool-name ] {cluster
       | cluster.proc |	owner |	-constraint constraint}	attribute-name	attri-
       bute-value ...

       condor_qedit  modifies  job ClassAd attributes of queued	HTCondor jobs.
       The jobs	are specified either by	cluster	number,	job ID,	owner, or by a
       ClassAd	constraint  expression.	The attribute-value may	be any ClassAd
       expression. String expressions must be  surrounded  by  double  quotes.
       Multiple	attribute value	pairs may be listed on the same	command	line.

       To ensure security and correctness, condor_qedit	will not allow modifi-
       cation of the following ClassAd attributes:

	  *  Owner

	  *  ClusterId

	  *  ProcId

	  *  MyType

	  *  TargetType

	  *  JobStatus

       Since  JobStatus	may not	be changed with	condor_qedit , use condor_hold
       to  place  a job	in the hold state, and use condor_release to release a
       held job, instead of attempting to modify  JobStatus directly.

       If a job	is currently running, modified attributes for  that  job  will
       not  affect  the	job until it restarts. As an example, for  PeriodicRe-
       move to affect when a currently running job will	be  removed  from  the
       queue,  that  job  must first be	evicted	from a machine and returned to
       the queue. The same is true for other  periodic	expressions,  such  as
       PeriodicHold and	 PeriodicRelease .

       condor_qedit  validates	both  attribute	 names	and  attribute values,
       checking	for correct ClassAd syntax. An error message is	 printed,  and
       no attribute is set or changed if the name or value is invalid.


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

       -n schedd-name

	  Modify job attributes	in the queue of	the specified schedd

       -pool pool-name

	  Modify job attributes	in the queue of	the schedd  specified  in  the
	  specified pool

       %  condor_qedit	-name	-pool 249.0
       answer 42
       Set attribute "answer".
       % condor_qedit -name perdita 1849.0 In '"myinput"'
       Set attribute "In".
       % condor_qedit jbasney NiceUser TRUE
       Set attribute "NiceUser".
       % condor_qedit -constraint 'JobUniverse == 1'  Requirements  '(Arch  ==
       "INTEL")	&& (OpSys == "SOLARIS26") && (Disk >= ExecutableSize) && (Vir-
       tualMemory >= ImageSize)'
       Set attribute "Requirements".

General	Remarks
       A job's ClassAd attributes may be viewed	with

	 condor_q -long

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

       Center for High Throughput Computing, University	of Wisconsin-Madison

       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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