[torqueusers] How to rip out user validation?
samuel at unimelb.edu.au
Wed Jun 23 23:51:06 MDT 2010
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On 24/06/10 03:52, Nate Woody wrote:
> The only time I've needed to setup rhosts is for doing
> qsub -u or when using a remote submission host. There
> is no need to configure .rhosts for a remote submission
> host (or there are at least alternatives), leaving me
> with my (albeit assumed) impression of what was being
> tried. That aside, what are the other use cases I
> don't know about?
The ruserok() function is called by Torque for every
submission, but it handles both /etc/hosts.equiv plus
Now in most clusters (where -u isn't being used) you
only need to configure /etc/hosts.equiv on the system
running pbs_server and you're done.
However, if you submit as a different user using -u
then /etc/hosts.equiv won't help and the trust
relationship has to be specified in the users .rhosts
The other situation where that would be necessary is
where the user wants to submit from a different system
where his username is different.
Christopher Samuel - Senior Systems Administrator
VLSCI - Victorian Life Sciences Computational Initiative
Email: samuel at unimelb.edu.au Phone: +61 (0)3 903 55545
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