That doesn’t make any sense. I want to be able to forward specific group of users to a set of terminal nodes.
I shouldn’t have to make a group called ‘ksg’, and then for every host that isn’t a ‘ksg’ terminal node, run a command, that would be a bit insane. Check this problem out:
I have the following nodes:
If I want the group ksg to be able to access ksg6-1 and ksg6-2, but not rce6-1 and rce6-2, I have to say
nxserver –ruleadd –class=node –type=rce6-1.hmdc.harvard.edu:4000 –value=no –group=ksg
nxserver –ruleadd –class=node –type=rce6-2.hmdc.harvard.edu:4000 –value=no –group=ksg
But, what happens if I add more rce nodes, like rce6-3? I have to continue to add these rules, why can’t I do something like this?
nxserver –ruleadd –class=node –type=ksg6-1.hmdc.harvard.edu:4000 –value=only –group=ksg
nxserver –ruleadd –class=node –type=ksg6-2.hmdc.harvard.edu:4000 –value=only –group=ksg
Where ‘only’ means that that group is only allowed to access ksg6-1 and ksg6-2
And why don’t NX groups get automatically populated with LDAP groups? That doesn’t make any sense either.