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Re: [Condor-users] submit machine for multiple users
- Date: Thu, 15 Jul 2004 11:42:04 -0500
- From: Scott Koranda <skoranda@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [Condor-users] submit machine for multiple users
> We are trying to setup condor on a Linux Machine in such a way that condor
> starts up automatically when the machine boots (I created an
> /etc/init.d/condord script) and will allow the submittion of condor jobs to
> whoever logs into the machine.
Actually one is usually distributed with condor. Look in the
'examples' directory, which is usually found in the 'etc'
directory of your Condor installation.
The file is condor.boot. We simply copy that to
/etc/init.d/condor and then run chkconfig as apropriate.
> I thought this would be an easy thing to do
> but we are running into all sorts of linux permissions problems. Is there
> documentation somewhere that outlines this kind of setup? If not, my
> initial questions are:
> (1) what user should condor_master be started as?
> (2) what user/group should the CONDOR_IDS value be set to?
See section 3.2.3 of the manual where this is discussed
> (3) what should the ownership and permissions be on the directories
> that condor's installed in?
Again see section 3.2.3. Usually the installation is done as
root, and then some directories end up being owned by 'condor'
I recommend doing the installation as root if at all possible.
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