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Re: [condor-users] sandbox for some users
- Date: Thu, 18 Mar 2004 14:38:34 +0100
- From: Olivier Ricou <ricou@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [condor-users] sandbox for some users
It seems my previous mail was not clear, do let redo it.
I want the computations of some users to be run in a
sandbox on some machines. So I made special account
for these users on those computer, chrooted login.
If they connect directly to those computer, they
have their own tree structure.
But my problem is that if these users use Condor to
run a job like "ls /" on those computers, they see
the real root of the tree structure of the disk instead
of the chrooted one.
It seems the owner of the running process is changed
but its environment is not loaded in the way a
"su - xxx" would do.
What should I do ?
16/03/04 die, ad 14h34, Olivier Ricou <ricou@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> dixit :
> I would like to restrict the access to the hard disk
> with a kind of chroot like for ftp but only for some
> users. So I will have 2 kinds of users, the ones who
> can do anything and the ones who should be placed in
> a sandbox.
> Do I have an option in Condor to restrict accesses
> according to the login of the user ?
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