1. 28 Nov, 2001 2 commits
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    • Leigh B. Stoller's avatar
      Check in search page stuff. I've incorporated the web form from the · 423e25a5
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      webglimpse dir right into search.php3. Its a simple form and I wanted
      it to look a little different. It also allows me to get rid of the
      FollowSymlinks change I made a couple of days ago. I've added a
      install section that creates a symlink to the webglimpse dir, but
      thats strictly for convenience. The install target cds into that
      directory and reruns the glimpse index (its very quick cause we do not
      have much documentation, perhaps a second. Overall, I do not like the
      webglimpse stuff, but it will do for now.
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      Changes to node control (web page). Added a backend script to do this · f9cfddd4
      Leigh B. Stoller authored
      stuff so that the web page did not need to do anything except display
      and form processing. Add tbsetup/node_control for backend so that it
      can be called from the command line too. The virt_nodes table is also
      updated (for those values that have virt_nodes equivalents), and this
      mostly implies that changes can be applied only to swapped in
      experiments since we use the reserved table to map pcXXX to its vname
      so that the virt_nodes table can be updated. It is an easy extension
      to allow changes based on the pid/eid/vname, but I do not see a reason
      to support this ability yet. Note usage:
      
          Usage: node_control name=value [name=value ...] node [node ...]
                 node_control -e pid,eid name=value [name=value ...]
                 node_control -l
          For multiword values, use name='word0 ... wordN'
          Use -l to get a list of operational parameters you can change.
          Use -e to change parameters of all nodes in an experiment.
      
          {824} stoller$ /build/testbed/install//bin/node_control -l
            next_boot_osid            - (administrators only)
            startup_command
            bios_version              - (administrators only)
            rpms                      - (multiple options allowed)
            default_boot_cmdline
            default_boot_path
            default_boot_osid
            next_pxe_boot_path        - (administrators only)
            tarfiles                  - (multiple options allowed)
            pxe_boot_path             - (administrators only)
            next_boot_cmdline         - (administrators only)
            deltas                    - (multiple options allowed)
            next_boot_path            - (administrators only)
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      A bunch of lastlogin changes! The user and experiment information · 4658545e
      Leigh B. Stoller authored
      pages now show the lastlogin info that is gathered from sshd syslog
      reporting to users. That info is parsed by security/genlastlog.c, and
      entered into the DB in the nodeuidlastlogin and uidnodelastlogin
      tables. If not obvious from the names, for each user we want the last time
      they logged in anyplace, and for each node we want the last time anyone
      logged into it. The latter is obviously more useful for scheduling
      purposes. All of the various images have new /etc/syslog.conf files,
      and the 6.2 got new sshd_configs (all cvsup'ed with kill -HUP). There
      is an entry in boss:/etc/crontab and users:/etc/syslog.conf. All of
      this is decribed in greater detail in security/genlastlog.c.
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