[slurm-users] Problem with permisions. CentOS 7.8

Sudeep Narayan Banerjee snbanerjee at iitgn.ac.in
Fri May 29 06:38:01 UTC 2020

I have not checked on the CentOS7.8
a) if /var/run/munge folder does not exist then please double check whether
munge has been installed or not
b) user root or sudo user to do
ps -ef | grep munge
kill -9 <PID> //where PID is the Process ID for munge (if the process is
running at all); else

which munged
/etc/init.d/munge start

please let me know the the output of:

$ munge -n

$ munge -n | unmunge

$ sudo systemctl status --full munge

Thanks & Regards,
Sudeep Narayan Banerjee
System Analyst | Scientist B
Indian Institute of Technology Gandhinagar
Gujarat, INDIA

On Fri, May 29, 2020 at 11:55 AM Bjørn-Helge Mevik <b.h.mevik at usit.uio.no>

> Ferran Planas Padros <ferran.padros at su.se> writes:
> > I run the command as slurm user, and the /var/log/munge folder does
> belong to slurm.
> For security reasons, I strongly advise that you run munged as a
> separate user, which is unprivileged and not used for anything else.
> --
> Regards,
> Bjørn-Helge Mevik, dr. scient,
> Department for Research Computing, University of Oslo
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