The exact expression is: (as reported via condor_config_val from the master node)
[root@viognier home]# condor_config_val -name tokay.ucl.ac.uk Requirements
(RemoteUser == "charaka@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx" || RemoteUser == "paul@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx")
…So the brackets are there.
BTW, tokay.ucl.ac.uk is a dual processor machine, so I see vm1 and vm2 in condor_status.
From: owner-condor-users@xxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:owner-condor-users@xxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Alexander Klyubin
Sent: 29 March 2004 11:50
Subject: Re: [condor-users] Restrict access to certain user/RemoteUser expression query
Can this be caused by missing quotes around paul@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx in
the Requirements expression?
Paul Wilson wrote:
I have 6 machines I want to restrict to just 2 of my users to run their
To do this Condor FAQ 7.2 specifies using:
Requirements = (RemoteUser == “userfoo@xxxxxxx”)
In the config of the machines in question.
I've added the following line in the condor.config.local file to machine
Requirements = (RemoteUser == "charaka@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
<mailto:charaka@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>" ||RemoteUser == paul@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Then applied condor_reconfig.
viognier.ucl.ac.uk is the submit host, charaka and paul are the users on
this submit host that I want to allow to use this machine.
$ condor_config_val -name tokay@xxxxxxxxx <mailto:tokay@xxxxxxxxx>
returns the correct expression.
Yet, user vinay@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx still has his jobs matched to
tokay.ucl.ac.uk and run there.
Why is this and is there something I’m missing?
The pool is v6.4.7, Linux master/submit node and windows execute-onlynodes.
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