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On 24/06/10 03:44, Joshua Bernstein wrote:<BR>
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&gt; I had submitted a patch to TORQUE several times ago that<BR>
&gt; current ships&nbsp; with the version of TORQUE we provide with<BR>
&gt; Scyld ClusterWare that estentially rips out the ruserok()<BR>
&gt; code and instead replaces it with a more robust getent()<BR>
&gt; option.<BR>
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How does that work with the -u option of Torque and knowing<BR>
who is allowed to submit as who ?<BR>
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cheers,<BR>
Chris<BR>
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&nbsp;Christopher Samuel - Senior Systems Administrator<BR>
&nbsp;VLSCI - Victorian Life Sciences Computational Initiative<BR>
&nbsp;Email: samuel@unimelb.edu.au Phone: +61 (0)3 903 55545<BR>
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