[slurm-users] Disable --no-allocate support for a node/SlurmD
alexander.grund at tu-dresden.de
Wed Jun 14 13:03:48 UTC 2023
we do some additional checking on a user and the batch script in a
However the `--no-allocate`/`-Z` bypasses allocation and hence execution
of the Prolog/Epilog.
Is there a way to configure SlurmD to deny access to jobs without
allocations or more generally all interactive jobs?
I know that only specific users are allowed to use `-Z` but disallowing
circumventing the Prolog on a specific node would provide some
additional safety as now that node would need to be breached first.
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