You need to start Condor as root for it to run properly in the background as a daemon. You specify in your config file the user and group root should switch to after it starts up. But it needs to start as root. Sudo isn't enough I'm afraid.
When Condor runs jobs it will run them as the user who submitted them. It can only do this if you start it as root. If you were to have someone other than yourself run some jobs with your current setup you'd find they all fail because condor can't run then as the submitter. You're just not seeing this problem because you started the daemons and only you have run jobs.
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On 2010-04-17, at 7:59 PM, Dave STREET <davey_street@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: