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Re: [Condor-users] Permissioned denied error accessing NFS volume.
- Date: Thu, 09 Apr 2009 22:22:59 -0500
- From: Matthew Farrellee <matt@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [Condor-users] Permissioned denied error accessing NFS volume.
Try out TRUST_UID_DOMAIN=TRUE in your configuration.
Peter Doherty wrote:
> It's using automount, and the condor binaries are on the same NFS
> share as the files it's complaining about.
> The volume is mounted.
> Okay, I did a little more playing around, and I'm thinking the problem
> is in the UID_DOMAIN variable. This is from the condor manual:
> Some gritty details for folks who want to know: If the submitting
> machine and the remote machine about to execute the job both have the
> same login name in the passwd file for a given UID, and the UID_DOMAIN
> claimed by the submit machine is indeed found to be a subset of what
> an inverse lookup to a DNS (domain name server) reports as the fully
> qualified domain name for the submit machine's IP address (this
> security measure safeguards against the submit machine from simply
> lying), THEN the job will run with the same UID as the user who
> submitted the job. Otherwise it will run as user ``nobody''.
> The submit machine's DNS domain name matches the UID_DOMAIN, but the
> nodes don't. And I don't really want to change this. The submit node
> has a public IP, and everything else is on private IP space. I don't
> know how it worked before though, since the linux nodes never matched
> the submit node...so maybe I'm way off base here.
> I tried changing the output file to /tmp/job.out and now I get this
> Hold reason: Error from starter on slot4@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx: Failed to
> execute '/opt/osg-shared/se/app/site/bin/
> condor_nfslite_job_wrapper.sh' with arguments 123845555: Permission
> so it still can't access the NFS share. This file has perms that make
> it world readable, and the output file that it was complaining about I
> chmoded 777, and it still complained. Perhaps OSX handles the nobody
> account differently...
> On Apr 9, 2009, at 9:58 PM, Ian Chesal wrote:
>>> Any thoughts?
>> I'm guess here but: does OS X do per-user fstabs? Maybe your NFS share
>> isn't mounted for the user running the job?
>> - Ian
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