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[Condor-users] RunAsOwner on linux
We are running Condor 7.2.4 in a pool of 64-bit Centos (RHEL5) boxes sharing UID and filesystem domains, and occasionally flocking to another pool including linux boxes across campus. We would sometimes like to run the "local" jobs as a dedicated condor execute user, because this reduces load on the server hosting ordinary user profiles.
The manual/config file suggests that we can do this by setting "RunAsOwner = False" in the Condor job description file. But if we do that, we get the warning:
WARNING: the line `runasowner = False' was unused by condor_submit. Is it a typo?
and jobs continue to run with the ordinary submitting UID. We seem to be able to get around this partially, by doing
condor_qedit <jobID> RunAsOwner False
after the jobs have been queued, but often this will be too late for the first few dozen jobs that will have started executing - which is a pain.
We get similar errors with the alternative job description file syntax "run_as_owner=False" that is also suggested by the manual, but using this with condor_qedit has no effect.
Ideally we would like to be able to use RunAsOwner directly within the Condor job description file. Does anyone have any advice, please?
Peter J. CLARKE MA DPhil FHEA FRAS
Professor of Geophysical Geodesy
School of Civil Engineering & Geosciences,
G.12 Cassie Building, Newcastle University,
Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 7RU, UK