[AG-TECH] AG 3.0.2 rpm installation writing to /etc/AccessGrid3 instead of .Accessgrid3
Thomas D. Uram
turam at mcs.anl.gov
Wed Nov 15 20:07:42 CST 2006
You must have checked the 'Save as system configuration' checkbox when saving
the node configuration. This enables people with the right privileges to store
configurations which are available to all users. Clearly, this is more likely
possible on, say, Windows, than it is on Linux, since general users don't have
access to /etc.
Uncheck that box and the config should be stored in your home directory.
On 11/15/06 2:33 PM, Doug Baggett wrote:
> I tried to store an updated configuration on a Fedora core 6 system with
> the RPM package of AG 3.0.2 and it keeps trying to store the prefs into
> the global /etc config directory (which it does not have write access
> to) instead of the local .Accessgrid3 directory.
>> Traceback (most recent call last):
>> File "/usr/lib/python2.4/site-packages/AccessGrid3/AccessGrid/AGNodeService.py", line 538, in StoreConfiguration
>> raise Exception("Can't write config file %s" % (fileName))
>> Exception: Can't write config file /etc/AccessGrid3/Config/nodeConfig/default
> Why would it do that? Now I could fix the problem by giving it write access to /etc/AccessGrid3
> that definitely is not the right solution.
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