On Mon, 08 Aug 2016, Deepak Dimri wrote:
Hi List, I want some help here! i have 100 of linux servers and ec2 instances used by various teams/departments. I want to have group wise clubbing of these servers so that i can delegate administration access to manager of that particular group. For example lets say out of those 100 servers, 25 servers belongs to engineering team so i want to register these 25 servers under engineering group/domain and then assign the full administration access to engineering manager to manage these 25 servers and there accesses. I am getting a sense that we can create DNS subdomains for each team i.e. engineering.<ipa server domain name> and then register those 25 servers under engineering.<ipa server domain name> but then i am not sure how i can assign the access and do rest of the configurations. I would be thankfully if any of you can provide with configuration steps to help me
What kind of administration do you want to achieve?
- Managing IPA objects themselves? - Managing actual machines as in login to them, run sudo, etc? For the former you'd need to learn how to deal with permissions/privileges/roles and create separate permissions/privileges/roles that look like a default one with additional target filter based on the hostgroup membership. For the latter you'd use HBAC rules. -- / Alexander Bokovoy -- Manage your subscription for the Freeipa-users mailing list: https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/freeipa-users Go to http://freeipa.org for more info on the project