10 Maret 2008 17:28Hi Everybody,
I’m preparing a short presentation for the Portuguese TechDays 2008. I wanted to quickly develop an application in MPI .NET and submit it as a job under HPC Server 2008 to show how easy it is.
Everything is fine until the point of job submission. The application works good when I execute it with MPIEXEC, but when submitted as a job it is giving me the following exception:
Unhandled Exception: System.Security.SecurityException: That assembly does not allow partially trusted callers.
at System.Security.CodeAccessSecurityEngine.ThrowSecurityException(Assembly asm, PermissionSet granted, PermissionSet refused, RuntimeMethodHandle rmh, SecurityAction action, Object demand, IPermission permThatFailed)
at MPINET.Program.Main(String args)
The action that failed was:
The assembly or AppDomain that failed was:
MPINET, Version=18.104.22.168, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=null
The Zone of the assembly that failed was:
The Url of the assembly that failed was:
Can someone suggest a solution?
12 Maret 2008 16:09
I'm guessing, but in the command-line you are specifying to launch your mpi.net app, are you using a network share? if so, .NET may be trying to download any support code (.DLLs) from the network, which has different security restrictions than retrieving from local hard disk.
I would suggest the following:
1. if you are using a network share, deploy app locally to hard disk of each compute node (I typically use C:\Apps for all deployment) and try again.
2. or, remote desktop into one of the compute nodes and type the command-line you are using when you submit the job. Does it run? Same error?
3. post again with your command-line so we can see what you are trying to do.
17 Maret 2008 20:44Pemilik
If this is for a demo and the environment is fully trusted, you can do this:
C:\WINDOWS\Microsoft.NET\Framework64\v2.0.50727\caspol.exe -q -m -ag 1.2 -url " file://WIN-2FIINLOSE3F/Users/Public/HelloWorld/*" FullTrust
However, there are a number sublteties involved wrt security (inter vs intranet, 32 vs 64, etc) that for a real world environment, you should read the material listed below:
[extraced from Mark's reply]
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