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[HTCondor-users] Permission denied (errno 13) only on submitter machines

I'm managed to configure a condor installation in a pool of four Windows
multicore workstations totalizing 62 cores. The four workstations can
submit works. When I send a cluster of 62 jobs (in the vanilla
universe), each is executed in each machine without any problems except
for the jobs assigned to the submitter machine. These jobs stay on hold.

condor_q -analyze reports "Hold reason: Error from slot1@ADAMANTIUM:
Failed to open 'C:\Users\mtello\Desktop\test\testout50.txt' as standard
output: Permission denied (errno 13)"

These are also the only errors in StarterLog.* files:
Failed to open 'C:\Users\mtello\Desktop\test\testout50.txt' as standard
output: Permission denied (errno 13)
Failed to open 'C:\Users\mtello\Desktop\test\error50.log' as standard
error: Permission denied (errno 13)

But again, these errors only occurs in the submitter machine (regardless
what workstation is used to submit). All the jobs assigned to other
machines runs without any problems. If I use the local universe, the
jobs also runs if any problems.

If I move the directory containing my submit files out of the user
account into a world-modifiable directory and I submit the jobs all of
them runs without any problems.

Additional info: I have set UID_DOMAIN to 'ccg.unam.mx' and all the
machines are in the same domain. But a condor_status -master reports not
fully qualified hostnames:

ADAMANTIUM     8     7.9 GB    0+01:00:04
BENZAITEN     8     7.9 GB    0+01:00:06
XANADU    32    31.9 GB    0+10:50:08
ZARATHUSTRA    24    15.9 GB    0+01:00:05

Thanks for your help.
Dr. Julio Augusto Freyre-Gonzalez (PhD)
Associate Professor
Head of the Regulatory Systems Biology Research Group
Evolutionary Genomics Program
Center for Genomic Sciences
National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM)
Av. Universidad s/n, Col. Chamilpa, 62210
Cuernavaca, Morelos. Mexico

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