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Re: [Condor-users] OwnerCheck: username?

Michael Yoder wrote:
Sorry it took awhile to get back to you, Cathy.  

Something fishy is going on.  You say that the condor_master was started
as root, but the lines above can _only_ be printed if the schedd isn't
root and it isn't user condor.

- Precisely how was condor started?

Switching user to root and running condor_master from the sbin directory.

- Was it a from a setuid script?  
No, not yet.

- Is CONDOR_IDS set in your config file?  

Yes.  It's set to the UID and GID for condor.

- Is ENV_UG_IDS set in the environment that's starting the condor

No.  What's this?  I coudn't find any references to it.

- What do you see when you do a 'ps -ef | grep condor'?\

root     22700     1  0 Apr22 ?        00:10:31 ./condor_master
root     22701 22700  0 Apr22 ?        00:00:17 condor_schedd -f
root     22702 22700  0 Apr22 ?        00:16:03 condor_startd -f


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5/21 01:14:08 OwnerCheck: reject owner: duongduk non-super
5/21 01:14:08 OwnerCheck: username: capfiste, test_owner: duongduk

Actually the user running condor_submit is the user that showed up as
"test_owner".  The user listed as "username" is the "owner" of the
(local home directory).   But I don't know how condor determines this.
The test_owner, whose home directory is remote and was automounted,
logged into the "owner's" machine through ssh.  Does condor not allow
anyone not logged into the console to submit jobs?

Yes, condor_master was started as root, and the daemons are running as

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