Currently we are running docker universe jobs successfully. The jobs are running as local pool users condoruser001, condoruser002... (Those unix users are created on the host machine.)
What I'd like to do now, is to be able to install new packages inside the docker container before the "real" part of the job starts running. Can I somehow sudo inside the docker container and install packages ?
I'd like to do this, since I would like to use only a couple of base docker image for our jobs and each job should pull its dependencies on-the-fly during the execution of the job on the top of the base image. This would extremely simplify image maintenance.
Currently the condor job's user cnanot do this.
Is there a way ?
thanks a lot ina advance,
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