I don't think anyone else is using unprivileged singularity in the UK,
and I don't think anyone is using it as part of condor either. The
latter at least is incompatible with running singularity as part of the
On 25/04/2018 10:33, Luke Kreczko wrote:
> Dear all,
> If nobody has seen this problem before, would it be possible for sites
> running HTCondor + singularity to send their relevant HTCondor config
> bits (e.g. )?
> condor_config_val -dump | grep -i singularity
> SINGULARITY =
> SINGULARITY_BIND_EXPR =
> SINGULARITY_IMAGE_EXPR = (TARGET.DESIRED_OS is "CentOS6") ?
> "/cvmfs/cernvm-prod.cern.ch/cvm3" :
> SINGULARITY_JOB = true
> SINGULARITY_TARGET_DIR = /srv
> STARTER_JOB_ENVIRONMENT = "SINGULARITY_HOME=/srv"
> On 20/03/18 11:10, Luke Kreczko wrote:
>> Dear all,
>> I am currently trying to configure Singularity (2.4.2) and HTCondor
>> (8.6.10) on a CentOS7 WN (7.4, kernel 3.10.0-693.21.1).
>> I've followed the instructions in
>> and rebooted the machine.
>> For testing I run everything in the
>> I can execute all examples on the node as both root and local user,
>> HTCondor jobs work under native CentOS7, but enabling singularity
>> leads to
>> ERROR : Home directory is not owned by calling user: /srv
>> ABORT : Retval = 255
>> I assume that singularity is started as HTCondor but /srv is owned by
>> the submitting user.
>> Has anyone seen this before and does know the solution?
>> SINGULARITY =
>> SINGULARITY_BIND_EXPR =
>> SINGULARITY_IMAGE_EXPR = "/cvmfs/cernvm-prod.cern.ch/cvm3"
>> SINGULARITY_JOB = true
>> SINGULARITY_TARGET_DIR = /srv
>> STARTER_JOB_ENVIRONMENT = "SINGULARITY_HOME=/srv"
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