If you have sudo access, you can run a command as a particular user using
sudo -u.

`sudo -u flume flume-ng <config options> &`

Also, if you installed Flume via RPM or Deb package, there should be an
init.d script, though I'm not positive what user that script runs as.
On Fri, Aug 8, 2014 at 9:08 AM, Babu, Prashanth <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
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