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I read in the basic xgrid tutorial : http://www.macresearch.org/the_xgrid_tutorials_part_i_xgrid_basics
That : "One more thing… Before you can run a task on a computer, you need to start by sending some files: the program itself, but also the data to be processed. When"
and this: "The reason we put these files in this Shared folder is that Xgrid only has access to a limited number of places in the system, for security reasons, and “Shared” is one of them"
Is there a way to expand what Xgrid has access to?
When I do a simple ls (submitted as a job to xgrid) of a file or directory that sits on my network file server it gets a permission denied. However that same ls command works fine in the terminal. I'm assuming this has something to do with automounts, nfs vs afp, open Directory, LDAP, etc.
Thank you for any pointers. I havn't found any documentation discussing this yet, but I'm new to Xgrid. Thanks again for any information.
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