[SunRay-Users] Two SunRay servers
Robert.Doolittle at Sun.COM
Mon Jan 8 20:18:07 EET 2007
Joe Reid wrote:
> On Mon, Jan 08, 2007 at 03:27:21PM +0530, P.S.M. Swamiji wrote:
>> Yes. However, by default it won't be enabled and one needs to enable
>> in /etc/opt/SUNWut/auth.props file on both the servers.
> So am I understanding this correctly - instead of selecting "reset
> login" a handful of times until the DTU gives me a login to the
> sunraysever I want I can enable this on all my sunray servers and I'll
> get a picker to pick from?
> man, someday I'm gonna read the docs :-)
If they are all in a single FOG, if there's no existing session you'll
see all the hosts in a chooser
and be permitted to place your new session on whichever server you like.
With smartcards or with NSCM policy disabled, you'll see this chooser
before the login greeter. With NSCM,
you'll see it *after* authenticating, and if you switch hosts you'll
have to authenticate
If they are in separate FOGs, you'll need to also set remoteSelect=true
to get a text-input box where you can type the hostname of a Sun Ray server.
This will, of course, defeat load balancing.
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