condor_statusqueries below, you can pass
-direct <name>to get the result directly from a given schedd rather than from the collector.
To find out how many jobs are waiting to transfer output
condor_status -schedd -af:ln Name TransferQueueMaxDownloading TransferQueueNumDownloading TransferQueueNumWaitingToDownload TransferQueueDownloadWaitTime
To find out how many jobs are waiting to transfer input
condor_status -schedd -af:ln Name TransferQueueMaxUploading TransferQueueNumUploading TransferQueueNumWaitingToUpload TransferQueueUploadWaitTime
condor_status -direct <name> -schedd -long | sort | egrep "Name|Upload|Download"
To find out which jobs are uploading or waiting to upload. Note this query only works for jobs that have never run anywhere before.
condor_q -const 'JobStatus==2 && JobCurrentStartExecutingDate=?=undefined'
To find out which jobs are downloading.
condor_q -const 'JobStatus==6'
To find out what percentage of time your jobs are transferring data vs. executing.
over the lifetime of the schedd
condor_status -schedd -af Name 'JobsAccumPreExecuteTime*100.0/JobsAccumExecuteTime' 'JobsAccumPostExecuteTime*100.0/JobsAccumExecuteTime'
over the last
condor_status -schedd -af Name 'RecentJobsAccumPreExecuteTime*100.0/RecentJobsAccumExecuteTime' 'RecentJobsAccumPostExecuteTime*100.0/RecentJobsAccumExecuteTime'