[torqueusers] Bad UID...
garrick at clusterresources.com
Wed Sep 27 11:40:08 MDT 2006
On Tue, Sep 26, 2006 at 01:07:12PM -0400, Nate Coraor alleged:
> I just spent a day trying to figure out why my job wouldn't submit
> from only 1 host out of all the submit hosts I tried. Turns out that
> the host's name was in non-fqdn form on the 127.0.0.1 entry in /etc/
> Would it be possible for torque to respond with an error message
> that's not misleading (i.e. host claims it's X but resolves to Y) as
> the reason the job's being rejected? The Bad UID had me setting up
> all of acl_hosts, submit_hosts, SUBMITHOSTS, .rhosts, hosts.equiv,
> all to no avail, assuming there was an rusersok() failure or username
If it fails inside of ruserok(), TORQUE doesn't know why. All it knows
is that the requesting user wasn't allowed.
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