[GE users] Re: tight SGE-SSH integration in 6.1
tibor at Magma-DA.COM
Mon Jun 4 08:49:21 BST 2007
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I'm confused about where to add the sgessh_readconfig() command.
For reference, I'm using a fresh download of openssh 3.9p1on a CentOS
4.6 64bit system.
I added the sgessh_readconfig() command just after the init_rng();
line in main():
__progname = ssh_get_progname(av);
/* Save argv. Duplicate so setproctitle emulation doesn't
clobber it */
saved_argc = ac;
rexec_argc = ac;
saved_argv = xmalloc(sizeof(*saved_argv) * (ac + 1));
but this resulted in a sshd binary that died with the error:
set_admin_username() with zero length username: no such file or
Any help would be much appreciated.
> From: Ron Chen <ron_chen_123 at yahoo.com>
> Date: 2007?4?18? 10:58:43:JST
> To: SGE users <users at gridengine.sunsource.net>
> Subject: tight SGE-SSH integration in 6.1
> Since a few people have already tried  this new tight SGE-SSH
> integration, I am posting to the users list so that more users
> can play with it.
> The problem with the original integration  is that there is
> no accounting and job control. With a modified sshd, SGE can
> find out all the processes in the job, and thus you can get
> accounting and job control.
> Please follow the instructions in:
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