condor 8.6.8~dfsg.1-2 source package in Ubuntu

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condor (8.6.8~dfsg.1-2) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Disable GSOAP (Closes: #890007) (GSOAP will be dropped from HTCondor soon)
  * Package Apache NOTICE file (fix up lintian error)

 -- Tim Theisen <email address hidden>  Mon, 19 Mar 2018 18:28:58 -0500

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Binary packages built by this source

htcondor: distributed workload management system

 Like other full-featured batch systems, HTCondor provides a job queueing
 mechanism, scheduling policy, priority scheme, resource monitoring, and
 resource management. Users submit their serial or parallel jobs to HTCondor;
 HTCondor places them into a queue. It chooses when and where to run the jobs
 based upon a policy, carefully monitors their progress, and ultimately
 informs the user upon completion.
 .
 Unlike more traditional batch queueing systems, HTCondor can also effectively
 harness wasted CPU power from otherwise idle desktop workstations. HTCondor
 does not require a shared file system across machines - if no shared file
 system is available, HTCondor can transfer the job's data files on behalf of
 the user.
 .
 This package can set up an appropriate initial configuration at install
 time for a machine intended either as a member of an existing HTCondor pool
 or as a "Personal" (single machine) HTCondor pool.

htcondor-dbg: distributed workload management system - debugging symbols

 Like other full-featured batch systems, HTCondor provides a job queueing
 mechanism, scheduling policy, priority scheme, resource monitoring, and
 resource management. Users submit their serial or parallel jobs to HTCondor;
 HTCondor places them into a queue. It chooses when and where to run the jobs
 based upon a policy, carefully monitors their progress, and ultimately
 informs the user upon completion.
 .
 Unlike more traditional batch queueing systems, HTCondor can also effectively
 harness wasted CPU power from otherwise idle desktop workstations. HTCondor
 does not require a shared file system across machines - if no shared file
 system is available, HTCondor can transfer the job's data files on behalf of
 the user.
 .
 This package provides the debugging symbols for HTCondor.

htcondor-dev: distributed workload management system - development files

 Like other full-featured batch systems, HTCondor provides a job queueing
 mechanism, scheduling policy, priority scheme, resource monitoring, and
 resource management. Users submit their serial or parallel jobs to HTCondor;
 HTCondor places them into a queue. It chooses when and where to run the jobs
 based upon a policy, carefully monitors their progress, and ultimately
 informs the user upon completion.
 .
 Unlike more traditional batch queueing systems, HTCondor can also effectively
 harness wasted CPU power from otherwise idle desktop workstations. HTCondor
 does not require a shared file system across machines - if no shared file
 system is available, HTCondor can transfer the job's data files on behalf of
 the user.
 .
 This package provides headers and libraries for development of HTCondor
 add-ons.

htcondor-doc: distributed workload management system - documentation

 Like other full-featured batch systems, HTCondor provides a job queueing
 mechanism, scheduling policy, priority scheme, resource monitoring, and
 resource management. Users submit their serial or parallel jobs to HTCondor;
 HTCondor places them into a queue. It chooses when and where to run the jobs
 based upon a policy, carefully monitors their progress, and ultimately
 informs the user upon completion.
 .
 Unlike more traditional batch queueing systems, HTCondor can also effectively
 harness wasted CPU power from otherwise idle desktop workstations. HTCondor
 does not require a shared file system across machines - if no shared file
 system is available, HTCondor can transfer the job's data files on behalf of
 the user.
 .
 This package provides HTCondor's documentation in HTML and PDF format, as well
 as configuration and other examples.

libclassad-dev: HTCondor classads expression language - development library

 Classified Advertisements (classads) are the lingua franca of HTCondor, used
 for describing jobs, workstations, and other resources. There is a protocol
 for evaluating whether two classads match, which is used by the HTCondor
 central manager to determine the compatibility of jobs, and workstations where
 they may be run.
 .
 This package provides the static library and header files.

libclassad8: HTCondor classads expression language - runtime library

 Classified Advertisements (classads) are the lingua franca of HTCondor, used
 for describing jobs, workstations, and other resources. There is a protocol
 for evaluating whether two classads match, which is used by the HTCondor
 central manager to determine the compatibility of jobs, and workstations where
 they may be run.
 .
 This package provides the runtime library.