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Multiple Instances on the same machine with different IDs

Sri Bolle
Hi,
 
I have a typical requirement. Builds are done with generic ID by PBSUing on a unix machine.
 
For a Environment 1
Login with user ID
then PBSU to Build ID1
H performs the builds
 
We do the same with Environment 2
Login with user ID
then PBSU to Build ID2
H performs the builds
 
These two are segragated enviroments for separation of duties. How do we implement Hudson in this enviroment? Can multiple instances of slaves run with different IDs.
 
-Sri 
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Re: Multiple Instances on the same machine with different IDs

Kohsuke Kawaguchi
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What is "PBSU"? I guess H means Hudson? You mean different user IDs
when you say "slaves run with different IDs"?
What is "generic ID"?

Can you explain it all over again, so that we can follow you better?

2009/4/15 Sri Bolle <[hidden email]>:

> Hi,
>
> I have a typical requirement. Builds are done with generic ID by PBSUing on
> a unix machine.
>
> For a Environment 1
> Login with user ID
> then PBSU to Build ID1
> H performs the builds
>
> We do the same with Environment 2
> Login with user ID
> then PBSU to Build ID2
> H performs the builds
>
> These two are segragated enviroments for separation of duties. How do we
> implement Hudson in this enviroment? Can multiple instances of slaves run
> with different IDs.
>
> -Sri



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Re: Multiple Instances on the same machine with different IDs

Sri Bolle
Sorry for the delay.
 
PBSU mean PowerBroker, a unix utility wrapper for su to authenticate and maintain

On Fri, Apr 17, 2009 at 1:58 AM, Kohsuke Kawaguchi <[hidden email]> wrote:
What is "PBSU"? I guess H means Hudson? You mean different user IDs
when you say "slaves run with different IDs"?
What is "generic ID"?

Can you explain it all over again, so that we can follow you better?

2009/4/15 Sri Bolle <[hidden email]>:
> Hi,
>
> I have a typical requirement. Builds are done with generic ID by PBSUing on
> a unix machine.
>
> For a Environment 1
> Login with user ID
> then PBSU to Build ID1
> H performs the builds
>
> We do the same with Environment 2
> Login with user ID
> then PBSU to Build ID2
> H performs the builds
>
> These two are segragated enviroments for separation of duties. How do we
> implement Hudson in this enviroment? Can multiple instances of slaves run
> with different IDs.
>
> -Sri



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