File locations for job node set-ups

CLC Server File System Locations should be added after job nodes have been configured and attached to the master node. In this way, all the job nodes will inherit the configurations made on the master node.

Job nodes write results directly to CLC Server File System Locations. Thus, the following is required for job nodes:

One relatively common problem is root squashing, which often needs to be disabled, because it prevents the servers from writing and accessing the files as the same user. Read more about this at

Further details about job nodes is provided in Job processing.