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Re: On the wisdom of using conserver in a multi-tenant environment

Bryan Stansell bryan@conserver.com
Fri, 10 Dec 2010 16:56:46 GMT

There's also a "limited" access type for restricting what users can do, which might help. It was added for a setup where a user logs into the conserver host and their shell is a script that invokes console with the appropriate console name. That could be a program that lets them chose their console too, if there are multiple.

If they have a full shell on the host, then this probably doesn't matter as much.  Just figured I'd highlight the option. 

(and sorry for the blank email luke - goofed up)


On Dec 8, 2010, at 11:06 PM, Luke S Crawford <lsc@prgmr.com> wrote:

> Hi, I'm about to launch a standardized co-location package that
> includes serial console access.  My current plan is to use conserver
> fronting cyclades TS-3000 boxes to provide access to the serial ports.   
> The thing of it is, I'll have mutually untrusted users accessing 
> different ports on the same conserver box (which will access different
> ports on the same ts-3000)
> Is anyone else doing this?   Are there any obvious gotchas?
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