[gridengine users] SGE (univa 8.0.1) - anyone running SGE with Centrify active directory integration?
rayrayson at gmail.com
Tue Nov 22 20:44:20 UTC 2011
While I worked with Billl before, and I've started working with Chris
even before SGE was opensourced (that was in early 2001), and I don't
want to be rude on this list - I just cannot agree more with Reuti!!
At the beginning of this year, Univa said that this list can't help
users using Oracle Grid Engine because OGE is not opensource, we also
cannot help users using UGE which is also not opensource.
On Tue, Nov 22, 2011 at 3:32 PM, Reuti <reuti at staff.uni-marburg.de> wrote:
> isn't Univa offering "Full, Enterprise Class Support"? I thought this is one of the advantages over the community support for the open source version. So I would assume they have their own forum/list like Oracle does for their version:
> -- Reuti
>> The cluster is the standard sort of RHEL 5.7 based system but we are using Centrify and in particular the Centrify NIS-gateway-to-ActiveDirectory to service the cluster nodes without having to license centrify on all nodes in the cluster.
>> The user errors I see are familiar ones:
>> "can't get password entry for user "x". Either user does not exist or NIS error!"
>> The confusing thing is that I can SSH into compute nodes as the same user and both password logins and passwordless SSH work perfectly. It's only when running under SGE that the jobs fail.
>> If I had to guess I'd wonder first if SSHD was using Linux /etc/pam.d/ in a way that "works" while SGE is accessing PAM in some way that we have not configured properly yet. That's only a guess though.
>> Does anyone have examples of SGE running via NIS authentication or via Centrify? Any examples of PAM configuration that were needed to get NIS users recognized under SGE?
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