Changes between Version 38 and Version 39 of GAPI_AM_API_V3/CommonConcepts


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09/04/12 16:23:41 (7 years ago)
Author:
Aaron Helsinger
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  • GAPI_AM_API_V3/CommonConcepts

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    322322`struct geni_users[]` is an option for some methods.
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    324 Clients may omit this option. Aggregates should honor this option for any resource that accepts the provided login keys, and ignore it for other resources. This option is an array of user structs, which contain information about the users that might login to the sliver that the AM needs to know about. For example, this option is the mechanism by which users supply their SSH public keys, permitting SSH login to allocated nodes. In such cases, the corresponding manifest RSpec will contain the `ssh-users` element on each such node, showing the login username and applicable public keys. When this option is supplied, each struct must include the key `keys`, which is an array of strings and can be empty. The struct must also include the key `urn`, which is the user’s URN string. For example:
     324Clients may omit this option. Aggregates should honor this option for any resource that accepts the provided login keys, and ignore it for other resources. This option is an array of user structs, which contain information about the users that might login to the sliver that the AM needs to know about. For example, this option is the mechanism by which users supply their SSH public keys, permitting SSH login to allocated nodes. In such cases, the corresponding manifest RSpec will contain the `ssh-users` element on each such node, showing the login username and applicable public keys. Aggregates accepting this option for a resource are expected to install all supplied SSH keys - creating separate login accounts for each supplied user if possible. When this option is supplied, each struct must include the key `keys`, which is an array of strings and can be empty. The struct must also include the key `urn`, which is the user’s URN string. For example:
    325325{{{
    326326[