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[Condor-users] Running jobs without 'nobody'

Hi there, 

I'm currently using Condor to run a model of biodiversity and its execution enables to create output files. The problem is that the jobs are running as 'nobody' user and so I can't modify/delete them.

I have seen that it exists the VMx_USER configuration variable but I don't see how to use it and how to set it correctly even after having read the documentation about it. (http://www.cs.wisc.edu/condor/manual/v7.0/index.html)

    The name of a user for Condor to use instead of user nobody, as part of a solution that plugs a security hole whereby a lurker process can prey on a subsequent job run as user name nobody. x is an integer associated with virtual machines. On Windows, VMx_USER will only work if the credential of the specified user is stored on the execute machine using condor_ store_cred.

Could anybody help me with this tiny problem and explain me better how this variable works please.

Thank you for your time.




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