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From Lou DeGenaro <lou.degen...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: DUCC_MON Authentication
Date Thu, 14 May 2015 08:20:42 GMT
Have a look at the DUCC Book section "Enable DUCC webserver login" and at
the chapter that follows as well.

Here's a link to the demo's DUCC Book: http://uima-ducc-vm.apache
.org:42133/doc/duccbook.html#x1-20400011.14

Lou.

On Thu, May 14, 2015 at 12:46 AM, Satya Nand Kanodia <
satya.kanodia@orkash.com> wrote:

> Hi,
>
> While  installing DUCC cluster on two machines I purposefully installed
> duccling  in the shared directory to see what happens.
> Everything worked fine. Even the test job successfully executed. problem
> came when I tried to login DUCC-MON, I could not login. It says "failure
> code:-1, reason:pam_authenticate failed : Authentication failure".  I would
> like to mention that while creating user ducc I created it without password
> and and after installing DUCC I gave it password. I am able to ssh on this
> user with updated password from other system.
>
> But I am unable to login in DUCC-MON with this password . I am able to
> login in DUCC-MON with another user that was created a long before DUCC
> installation but when I hover mouse pointer to terminate button it says you
> have to be administrator to terminate it(that's okay).
>
> After that I created another user for testing , executed
> ducc_post_install, start_ducc. Now when I tried to login with new user It
> didn't let me log in. It says " failure code:-1, reason:pam_authenticate
> failed : Authentication failure"
>
> I want to know Why It didn't work. How does ducc_ling work. what happend
> when some one installs ducc_ling in shared directory(I thought it would be
> cool as I had to install it once, I know there is one line in
> DUCC_DOCUMENTATION that says never do it) and the last How does DUCC_ MON
> authentication work.
>
>
> --
> Thanks and Regards,
> Satya Nand Kanodia
>
>

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