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Re: conserver spy mode

Bryan Stansell bryan@conserver.com
Sat, 21 Nov 2009 01:13:58 GMT

If you use 'console -s <console>' then you'll be requested a read-only
connection, and you won't become read-write when the other user
disconnects.  The default is ask for a read-write connection.

If a particular user should always have read-only access to a console,
you can put them on the 'ro' list in the conserver.cf file for that
console.  Then they have no chance of read-write.


On Fri, Nov 20, 2009 at 11:16:10AM +0100, Pearce Andy wrote:
> Hi,
> I have seen the following behavior during my checks to see if
> we can use conserver.
> I perform the following commands:
> 1] Open a read/write console session to a machine A.
> 2] Open a second read only [spy] session to the same machine A.
> 3] The first session [read/write] is exited.
> 4] The second session [spy] switches to read/write.
> My question is, is it possible to make the spy sessions always be read
> only ?
> Many thanks 
> Andy Pearce
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