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[Condor-users] feature request - expose the execute directory ofthe job on a classad
- Date: Fri, 31 Dec 2004 09:46:26 +0000
- From: matthew hope <matthew.hope@xxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: [Condor-users] feature request - expose the execute directory ofthe job on a classad
hopefully an easy one...
could you expose either:
1) the local pid of the job
2) the path to the execute directory for the job
(1 will be sufficient to let me calculate 2 in all my cases but others
may prefer 2)
It would be most useful for me on the job classad but I could get it
by a sub query on the machine classad if need be (though I would have
to use -direct to try and keep it accurate for short running jobs)
With this I can automate giving users access to the directory where
their job is running very easily (at the moment I would have to scan
all directories and use a heuristic to work out which belonged to
which given the SMP nature of my farm).
I can't envisage this being a serious security issue though if you
like you could disable this functionality by default...