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Re: [Condor-users] Windows and load_profile

Hey Mike:

What load_profile does is create a temporary profile for the slot users on the execute node, so that software that requires registry access can run.  It does not, at this moment--as far as I know--work in conjunction with run_as_user, which means Condor will create and destroy the profile on the execute machine.  The profile is destroyed so that one job can't pollute the environment of the next.


On 2010-08-31, at 10:24 AM, Michael O'Donnell wrote:

> Can someone explain how load_profile submit file command works? Does this 
> load a profile on the execute machine if the profile exists or is it 
> loading the user's profile into the window station from the submit 
> machine.
> thanks,
> mike
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