GLOBUS-SH-EXEC(1) Globus Tookit GLOBUS-SH-EXEC(1)NAME
globus-sh-exec - Defines a set of GLOBUS_SH_ variables.
Defines a set of GLOBUS_SH_ variables, then sources a user script. The user script is a local file, or can be referred to with a GASS URL.
Additional arguments "args ..." are passed on to the user script.
Shows help and exists
Shows help and exists
Shows version and exits
Lists the defined GLOBUS_ variables and exits
Commands are read from the argument line
Successful program execution.
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Copyright (C) 1999-2012 University of Chicago
The Globus Alliance 02/09/2012 GLOBUS-SH-EXEC(1)
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GLOBUS-K5(8) Globus Toolkit GLOBUS-K5(8)NAME
globus-k5 - Acquire Kerberos Credentials for use with Grid Services
globus-k5 SERVICE-COMMAND [SERVICE-ARGS...]
The globus-k5 program is an authorization module used by the globus-gatekeeper program to acquire Kerberos 5 Credentials prior to executing
a Grid Service. This may be accomplished by running kinit with a password stored in the globuskmap file, using the NCSA krb525 command, or
the sslk5 command to use the X509 user proxy.
The arguments passed to globus-k5 will not be used by it, but will be passed onto the job manager. The first parameter must be the path to
the Grid Service.
It is expected that the environment will contain the variables GLOBUSID and USER for the Grid and local POSIX user identities. This program
is normally run as root, and will call seteuid() prior to executing the Grid Service.
The parameters to use and the mapping for the globus to K5 user are located in the globuskmap file.
FORMAT OF THE GLOBUSKMAP FILE
The globuskmap file is a line-oriented file which each line containing a command to run to acquire Kerberos 5 credentials for a Grid
identity. Each line consists of an optionally-quoted GLOBUSID value followed by a command-line for running a process to acquire a Kerberos
credential. For example:
"/O=Example/OU=Grid/CN=Joe User" /usr/afsws/bin/klog -principal juser -password mypasswd -cell infn.it
If the following variables affect the execution of globus-k5:
Path to the globuskmap file.
POSIX username that the service will run as.
Path to a Kerberos credential cache.
Grid identity to generate Kerberos credentials for.
Default file mapping Grid identities to Kerberos 5 principals.
SEE ALSO globus-k5(8), globus-job-manager(8)University of Chicago 01/06/2012 GLOBUS-K5(8)
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