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Upgrade V2.25 Condor WORK



You can't get the Enigma Endeavour as a frameset only, but the build we tested came in at 3,699; it's the same as the build we have on the Condor but with a mechanical GRX 800 groupset instead of the Di2, though it did include a 225 Hope upgrade kit.




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The HTCondor Team is pleased to announce the release of HTCondor version 8.3.0. This development release contains all the bug fixes from the stable release version 8.2.2. This first release of the 8.3 series contains performance improvements. In one improvement, the condor_negotiator can request the batching of resource requests from the condor_schedd, improving performance over high latency (wide-area) network links. A complete list of bugs fixed and features can be found in the Version History. HTCondor 8.3.0 binaries and source code are available from our Downloads page.


The HTCondor Team is pleased to announce the release of HTCondor version 8.1.5. Major new features include: a change to the default policy, such that it does not preempt jobs; several new instances of non-blocking I/O to improve performance; fewer server resources are used by the condor_schedd when handling condor_q requests; a bug fix, such that large submit description files do not cause condor_submit to crash; a bug fix, such that large configuration files do not cause the condor_master daemon to crash. A complete list of bugs fixed and features can be found in the Version History. HTCondor 8.1.5 binaries and source code are available from our Downloads page.


The HTCondor Team is pleased to announce the release of HTCondor version 8.1.3. This development release contains all the bug fixes from the stable release version 8.0.5. Major new features include: the parsing of configuration has changed such that comments are permitted within multi-line definitions; the condor_sos tool helps administrators manage overloaded daemons by causing commands to be handled with a higher priority; a new Python binding reads event logs. A complete list of bugs fixed and features can be found in the Version History. HTCondor 8.1.3 binaries and source code are available from our Downloads page.


The HTCondor team is pleased to announce the release of HTCondor 8.1.2. This development release contains all the bug fixes from the stable release version 8.0.4. Major new features include: partitionable slots can now be split into dynamic slots at negotiation time using new consumption policies; new condor_chirp commands permit updates to job ClassAd attributes to occur in a delayed fashion, reducing the overhead of making the update; there are many Python binding improvements including a new Negotiator class; condor_ssh_to_job now works for grid universe jobs on amazon EC2 resources; new command line options for condor_config_val and condor_history allow them to query remote machines; increased the scalability of the condor_shared_port daemon, condor_queue, and condor_status by increasing concurrency. A complete list of bugs fixed and features can be found in the Version History. HTCondor 8.1.2 binaries and source code are available from our Downloads page.


The HTCondor Team is pleased to announce the release of HTCondor version 8.1.1. This development release contains all the bug fixes from the stable release version 8.0.2. Major new features include: the condor_startd daemon now advertises statistics about preemption, parameter substitution in configuration now honors per-daemon overrides. A complete list of bugs fixed and features can be found in the Version History. HTCondor 8.1.1 binaries and source code are available from our Downloads page.


The HTCondor team is pleased to announce the release of HTCondor 7.9.5. This release introduces a new tool - condor_tail - which can be used to see files in the sandbox of a running job. It improves to the transfer queue with a fair share policy and per-user transfer statistics. Per-submitter time limits are now honored by the Negotiator. There are bug fixes for grid universe, dagman, the Windows keyboard daemon and more. A complete list of bugs fixed and features can be found in the Version History. HTCondor 7.9.5 binaries and source code are available from our Downloads page.


The HTCondor team is pleased to announce the release of HTCondor 7.9.4. This release supports per job PID namespaces for Linux RHEL 6, improvements to the resource usage of the EC2 GAHP, support for capping the size of input and output file transfer, and new analysis modes for condor_q -analyze. A complete list of bugs fixed and features can be found in the Version History. HTCondor 7.9.4 binaries and source code are available from our Downloads page.


The HTCondor team is pleased to announce the release of HTCondor 7.9.3. This release contains all of the bug fixes added to the 7.8.7 stable release. The glexec problems we warned about in the 7.9.2 release notes have been fixed. Dynamic slots can now be given CPU affinity, there are number of improvements in the way grid universe jobs are handled, and there are some experimental improvements to condor_q -analyze A complete list of bugs fixed and features can be found in the Version History. HTCondor 7.9.3 binaries and source code are available from our Downloads page.


The Condor team is pleased to announce the release of Condor version 7.7.2. This is the third release in the development series. This release dynamically links more libraries than before, resulting in a 30 percent decrease in download size on most operating systems. Please be aware that due to a difference in older condor_master binaries, condor_masters older than 7.7.2, including all 7.6 releases, can not re-exec a 7.7.2 master. That is, if you try to upgrade a pre-7.7.2 system just by copying over binaries, the condor_master will shutdown, and must be manually restarted. 7.7.2 masters can re-exec themselves without incident. The Version History has a list of the major changes. Condor binaries and source code are available from our Downloads page.


The Condor Team is pleased to announce the release of Condor 7.5.4. This is a development release of Condor. New features include concurrency limits for parallel jobs, transfer of directories, condor_shared_port on Windows, and improved Amazon EC2 support. It also includes a security fix for users submitting Amazon EC2 jobs (universe=grid and grid_resource=amazon) with the amazon_keypair_file. See the Version History for a complete list of changes. Condor 7.5.4 binaries and source code are available from our Downloads page.


The Condor Team is pleased to announce the release of Condor 6.7.19. This release features an important security fix to checkpoint server, submission to PBS and LSF systems, ClassAd functions, and many other improvements. See the Version History and Release Notes for further details. Condor 6.7.19 is available from our Downloads page. We strongly recommend sites running earlier versions of Condor in the 6.7 development series upgrade to 6.7.19 as soon as feasible. We believe 6.7.19 is fairly stable, but it is not recommended for production systems, unless you require checkpointing support for a Linux distribution not supported by our 6.6 releases.


The Condor Team is pleased to announce the release of Condor 6.7.18. This release features important security fixes and many other improvements. See the Version History and Release Notes for further details. Condor 6.7.18 is available from our Downloads page. We strongly recommend sites running earlier versions of Condor in the 6.7 development series upgrade to 6.7.18 as soon as feasible. We believe 6.7.18 is fairly stable, but it is not recommended for production systems, unless you require checkpointing support for a Linux distribution not supported by our 6.6 releases.


The Condor Team is pleased to announce the release of Condor 6.7.17. This release features direct support for running backfill computations on unused nodes, parallel job support in DAGMan, improvements to condor_history, and many other improvements. See the Version History and Release Notes for further details. Condor 6.7.17 is available from our Downloads page. We believe 6.7.17 is fairly stable, but it is not recommended for production systems, unless you require checkpointing support for a Linux distribution not supported by our 6.6 releases.


The Condor Team is pleased to announce the release of Condor 6.7.14. Highlights include grid universe support for NorduGrid and Unicore, system job policy expressions, and job start time deferral. Users of prior version of 6.7.x are encouraged to upgrade. See the Version History and Release Notes for details. Condor 6.7.14 is available from our Downloads page. We believe 6.7.14 is fairly stable, but it is not recommended for production systems, unless you require checkpointing support for a Linux distribution not supported by our 6.6 releases.


The Condor Team is pleased to announce the release of Condor 6.7.13. Highlights include Generic Connection Brokering for traversing firewalls and private networks, Quill on Windows, and a new clipped port for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3 on IA64. Users of prior version of 6.7.x are encouraged to upgrade. See the Version History and Release Notes for details. Condor 6.7.13 is available from our Downloads page. We believe 6.7.13 is fairly stable, but it is not recommended for production systems, unless you require checkpointing support for a Linux distribution not supported by our 6.6 releases.


The Condor Team is pleased to announce the release of Condor 6.7.12. This version is being released to fix several critical bugs in Condor 6.7.11. 6.7.11 was not widely advertised, but was available on our mirror site for a short period. Any users of 6.7.11, or any other prior version of 6.7.x are urged to upgrade. See the Version History and Release Notes for details. Condor 6.7.12 is available from our Downloads page. We believe 6.7.12 is fairly stable, but it is not recommended for production systems, unless you require checkpointing support for a Linux distribution not supported by our 6.6 releases.


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