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[Condor-users] Permissioned denied error accessing NFS volume.
- Date: Thu, 9 Apr 2009 19:49:01 -0400
- From: Peter Doherty <doherty@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: [Condor-users] Permissioned denied error accessing NFS volume.
I just added about 28 Intel Macs to our Condor Pool, that was formerly
a mere 3 node linux cluster. I've got NFS set up, and things seemed
to be fine at first. I was able to run test jobs with no problems
using "should_transfer_files = YES" in my submit file.
When I remove this, and just try and use the shared file system
between all the nodes, the jobs refuse to run. I get this error from
Hold reason: Error from starter on slot4@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx: Failed to
8.out' as standard output: Permission denied (errno 13)
I've checked that the condor_config value of UID_DOMAIN and
FILESYSTEM_DOMAIN matches between the submit node and the worker
nodes. NIS is enabled, and I can log into any node and access the
files no problem. I thought perhaps that condor was trying to execute
the jobs as user nobody, which is why I checked that the UID and
FILESYSTEM domain values matched. The problem only shows up on the
mac nodes, and they are configured identical to the linux nodes as far
as I can tell.