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Hi, I'M Getting Permission Errors When Trying To Read A File Using Trains-Agent, Which User Does It Use To Access Files? How Can I Grant It Permissions? (With My Own User Everything Works Smoothly)

Hi, I'm getting permission errors when trying to read a file using trains-agent, which user does it use to access files? how can I grant it permissions? (with my own user everything works smoothly)

Posted 3 years ago
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Yes. More exactly I'm gzip.open them but I don't believe it should matter

Posted 3 years ago

I am not sure what you mean by verifying the API.

Posted 3 years ago

SmarmySeaurchin8 are you referring to reading local files? if so, do you just open() them?

Posted 3 years ago

Hi SmarmySeaurchin8 ,

The trains-agent default uses the ~trains.conf file for credentials, can you verify the api section in this file?

Posted 3 years ago

it uses the api credentials generated by the trains dashboard

Posted 3 years ago
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