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Re: [Condor-users] condor-reuse-vm2 Job Owner in Windows
- Date: Thu, 25 Oct 2007 11:25:42 -0400
- From: "Ian Chesal" <ICHESAL@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [Condor-users] condor-reuse-vm2 Job Owner in Windows
> Before pursuing this further, can I just explain the setup
> I'm trying to
Useful information. Thanks.
> However, we had to port this whole operation to Windows XP.
> And I'm fairly new to Windows.
Can I ask: are these standalone XP installs? Where you have a local
account on the machine? Or are these XP installs that belong to a
domain? Where you have a domain controller that stores usernames and
passwords and the machines use this machine to do authentication when
someone logs in.
> HOWEVER, my particular web application requires that one
> of the sub processes started by the condor job that it spawns
> be run as a specific user (namely 'diane'),
> and not user 'condor-reuse-vmX' or SYSTEM.
Is diane a local account on the machine or a domain account? If it's a
local account I *think* you need to go to every node in your pool and
store your password there for the diane account using condor_store_cred.
If it's not a local account the condor_credd server approach should
> I also ran:
> condor_store_cred add -c -p condor_pool
> which seemed to work (told me it was successful)
> condor_store_cred add
> to add credentials for 'diane@winxp-dev-01'
> which also worked.
Yea, that line above is making me think you're using local accounts, not
domain accounts. I'm not sure how credd caching fits together with local
> You mention checking the StartdLog. Where is that? I have a StartLog
> But that and the ShadowLog have no new entries associated with the job
It'll be on the XP node in the log directory. That might reveal more.
And the ShadowLog is on the schedd machine in the log directory.
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