generate a new rule to automatically approve token requests
condor_token_request_auto_approve -netblock network -lifetime val [-pool pool_name] [-name hostname] [-type type] [-debug]
condor_token_request_auto_approve [-help ]
condor_token_request_auto_approve will install a temporary auto-approval rule for token requests. Any token request matching the auto-approval rule will be immediately approved instead of requiring administrator approval
Automatic request approval is intended to help administrators initially setup their cluster.
To install a new rule, you must specify both a network and a lifetime; requests are only
approved if they come from that given source network, are within the rule lifetime, are
ADVERTISE_STARTD permissions, and are for the
condor identity. When a condor_startd or condor_schedd is started and cannot
communicate with the collector, they will automatically generate token requests that meet
the last two conditions.
It is not safe to enable auto-approval when users have access to any of the involved hosts or networks.
To remove auto-approval rules, run
condor_reconfig against the remote daemon.:
By default, condor_token_request_auto_approve will install rules at the local condor_collector; by specifying a combination of -pool, -name, or -type, the tool can request tokens in other pools, on other hosts, or different daemon types.
- Causes debugging information to be sent to
stderr, based on the value of the configuration variable
- Display brief usage information and exit.
- -lifetime value
- Specify the lifetime, in seconds, for the auto-request rule to be valid.
- -name hostname
- Request a token from the daemon named hostname in the pool. If not specified, the locally-running daemons will be used.
- -netblock network
- A netblock of the form IP_ADDRESS / SUBNET_MASK specifying the source of authorized requests. Examples may include
- -pool pool_name
- Request a token from a daemon in a non-default pool pool_name.
- -type type
- Request a token from a specific daemon type type. If not given, a condor_collector is used.
To automatically approve token requests to the default condor_collector coming from the
10.0.0.0/26 subnet for the next 10 minutes:
% condor_token_request_auto_approve -lifetime 600 -netblock 10.0.0.0/26 Successfully installed auto-approval rule for netblock 10.0.0.0/26 with lifetime of 0.17 hours Remote daemon reports no un-approved requests pending.
condor_token_request_auto_approve will exit with a non-zero status value if it fails to communicate with the remote daemon or has insufficient authorization. Otherwise, it will exit 0.
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