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Re: [Condor-users] NFS automounter question
- Date: Tue, 11 Apr 2006 14:09:48 -0500
- From: "David A. Kotz" <dkotz@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [Condor-users] NFS automounter question
If your automounter is behaving correctly, and if your home directory is
mounted at the same mountpoint on all machines in your Condor pool, all
you have to do is submit the job from your home directory and Condor
will take care of the rest. Condor will assume that the working
directory is your home diretory, and the automounter will mount it on
whatever machine runs the job. This is the way that most of my users
submit their jobs. You don't need to manually set initialdir.
my home directory is automounted so that, whenever I access /home/username, the
contents of a remote directory fileserver:/homes/username is automounted on
mount point /home/username.
I have read section "2.15.2 NFS Automounter" of the manual, but I am still
confused by the example explained there. Should I use
or should I use something else? Notice that in my case the access point and the
dynamic mount point are the same (/home/username). In principle, this directory
will be unmounted automatically if it has not been acessed for 5 minutes.
It seems to me that I should use something like
but I am not sure whether this would work or not. Maybe I just don't need to use
initialdir at all?
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