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RE: [Linux-cluster] users...



So, if I use the GFS, all UID and GID must be the same on all servers of the cluster, right?


Alexandre Racine
Projets spéciaux
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alexandre racine mhicc org



-----Original Message-----
From: linux-cluster-bounces redhat com on behalf of James Fait
Sent: Fri 2007-09-07 11:16
To: linux clustering
Subject: Re: [Linux-cluster] users...
 
Alexandre Racine wrote:
> Hi,
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> I'll install my first SGE soon! Only two little problems and there we go.
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> One of them is users. In the docs, it stipulate : "Ensure that all users of the grid engine system have the same user names on all submit and execution hosts."
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> That's good, but do we need to have passwordless login between servers or it is not needed? Or another question would be, how do you manage user accounts on all the cluster servers?
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> Alexandre Racine
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> alexandre racine mhicc org
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The easiest way is to set up Fedora Directory Services or equivalent for 
LDAP authentication.  That way you do all user administration at one point.

Sincerely

James Fait, Ph.D.
Beamline Scientist, SER-CAT
APS, ANL

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