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Component blocked in running

Nicolas Allias
Hi all,
I'd like to know if there is a way to interact with the workflow engine
when a component is blocked in "running" mode.

Context:
A component iterable (3 iterations) all of them terminated but one of
them have the group still "running" (all subparts are set to
complete)... and the related event.log ends with "I~~~epilog ending",
just like the other groups (wich are set to "complete")

I suppose there is a better way than hard modificating the xml, any clue ?
Thanks by advance,

Nicolas

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Re: Component blocked in running

Mahurkar, Anup
This is a bug that happens randomly because workflow misses reading the
event.log. I have a newer version of workflow that addresses most of the
cases, but there might still be some edge cases. To make sure we are
talking about the same bug, could you send me the event.log? Currently the
way to fix the workflow state is to restart the workflow if you think
other jobs are done. Workflow should pickup the correct state by scanning
the event.log file again.

On 3/7/11 12:04 PM, "Nicolas Allias" <[hidden email]>
wrote:

>Hi all,
>I'd like to know if there is a way to interact with the workflow engine
>when a component is blocked in "running" mode.
>
>Context:
>A component iterable (3 iterations) all of them terminated but one of
>them have the group still "running" (all subparts are set to
>complete)... and the related event.log ends with "I~~~epilog ending",
>just like the other groups (wich are set to "complete")
>
>I suppose there is a better way than hard modificating the xml, any clue ?
>Thanks by advance,
>
>Nicolas
>
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Re: Component blocked in running

Nicolas Allias
Hi,

We may not been talking of the exact same bug, as restarting the
workflow doesn't change anything :-(

Mahurkar, Anup wrote:

> This is a bug that happens randomly because workflow misses reading the
> event.log. I have a newer version of workflow that addresses most of the
> cases, but there might still be some edge cases. To make sure we are
> talking about the same bug, could you send me the event.log? Currently the
> way to fix the workflow state is to restart the workflow if you think
> other jobs are done. Workflow should pickup the correct state by scanning
> the event.log file again.
>
> On 3/7/11 12:04 PM, "Nicolas Allias" <[hidden email]>
> wrote:
>
>  
>> Hi all,
>> I'd like to know if there is a way to interact with the workflow engine
>> when a component is blocked in "running" mode.
>>
>> Context:
>> A component iterable (3 iterations) all of them terminated but one of
>> them have the group still "running" (all subparts are set to
>> complete)... and the related event.log ends with "I~~~epilog ending",
>> just like the other groups (wich are set to "complete")
>>
>> I suppose there is a better way than hard modificating the xml, any clue ?
>> Thanks by advance,
>>
>> Nicolas


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S~~~78369~~~1444168~~~Fri Mar  4 07:49:53 CET 2011~~~job started on wflowq for ng6~~~n16.cluster
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I~~~ wrapper script starting job
I~~~ Job Process id is 20334
F~~~78369~~~1444168~~~Fri Mar  4 07:59:44 CET 2011~~~command finished~~~0
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I~~~htc id   sge id[.task id]   date   message   hostname
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S~~~78371~~~1444170~~~Fri Mar  4 07:52:33 CET 2011~~~job started on wflowq for ng6~~~n11.cluster
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