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resmgr.conf



SYNOPSIS

       /etc/resmgr.conf


DESCRIPTION

       The file /etc/resmgr.conf defines the resource classes for
       the resource manager resmgrd.  The  minimal  configuration
       is  to  define  a single resource class, and manage every­
       thing else dynamically.  But you may also  define  devices
       and access control lists in this configuration file.

       Everything  starting  from a hash mark unto the end of the
       line is a comment, and is ignored.


COMMANDS

       The configuration file can contain the following commands:

       class NAME
              This  defines  a  resource class named NAME.  Class
              names must be unique.

       add device class [flags]
              This adds the  specified  device  to  the  resource
              class  class.  Optionally, one or more flags can be
              specified.

              The read-only  flag  marks  the  device  read-only.
              Attempts  to  open  the  device for writing will be
              refused.

              The scsi flag allows clients to ask for the  corre­
              sponding  raw  SCSI  device  instead  of the device
              itself. This is useful for applications such as  CD
              writers  or scanners that need to find and open the
              raw SCSI device corresponding to e.g. /dev/cdrom.

       allow class acl ...
              This commands grants all users matched by  the  ACL
              statement access to resource class class.  Any sub­
              sequent access control statements  for  this  class
              will be ignored.

       denies class acl ...
              This  commands  denies all users matched by the ACL
              statement access to resource class class.  Any sub­
              sequent  access  control  statements for this class
              will be ignored.

   ACL Format
       ACLs  attached to a resource class is made up  of  one  or
       more  match  clauses  of the format name=value, where name
       can be one of user, group, or tty.  value can be a literal
       value  or  a  glob  expression,  such  as meissner (a user

       For  example,  the  following  statements for the resource
       class desktop will deny access to users uucp and news, but
       grant access to everyone in group wheel, and everyone else
       as long as they're logged in at the console or a local X11
       session:

         deny  desktop user=uucp || user=news
         allow desktop group=wheel
         allow desktop tty=/dev/tty[0-9]* || tty=:0


SEE ALSO

       resmgrd(8), resmgr(1).


AUTHOR

       Olaf Kirch <okir@lst.de>

                                                   resmgr.cong(5)
  
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