Replies posted by MarvinB
Thanks for the input. This gives me another tool to use, but I don’t think I can map it to the scenario I need. I infer that you basically have two types of groups, read only and admin.My issue is that I have a need to set up different types of access for a particular user/group. That use may need “read only” to a large set of systems, then need console access to a smaller group, and maybe even another type of access to a smaller group.I agree that RBAC needs a bit more maturity.
So A,B need read access to everything including VMs in addition to console access to only a subset of VMs.. C and D only need read access. I’m trying to figure how how A and B can get console access to the vms then need but still “see” the other VMs.
Many thanks for the information. It was very helpful. I’m still struggling a bit with this scenario.I have 4 users: A, B. C, D. All of them need full read access to just about everything.However A, B need console access to a subset of consoles. I guess I would need to roles: on for A,B and one for C,D? I may have been over thinking this.
That is very helpful. One follow up, is there any optimal way to set up vCPUS/cores to help with this. Just with respect to oversubscription, would it make an difference if we had a 4 CPU system set up as 4 vCPUS with one core, 2 vCPUs with 2 cores, or 1 vCPU with 4 cores.
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