ali-raza-tariq opened a new issue #4687: Openwhisk users & namespaces wskadmin utility - clarification URL: https://github.com/apache/openwhisk/issues/4687 Hi guys, i have been testing with OpenWhisk (docker-compose) environment so far and want to try out `wskadmin` Utility. Surprisingly, i could not find any detailed resources that could provide significant background except the install instructions and some use-instructions for `wskadmin`. I would really appreciate if someone could clarify a few things in this regard. First, what is the difference between a user & namespace when using wskadmin. Normally, a namespace is a logical entity that can be subjected to various limits and rule, and can have multiple users but in another issue (https://github.com/apache/openwhisk-deploy-kube/issues/61), i found someone answered creating the namespace the same way you create user! using `wskadmin` (which makes it confusing). If this is true then how can we add multiple users in the same namespace?- won't that be just like creating new namespaces? Also the -ns (namespace) flag is no longer working (whenever i try to use it, it shows `[wskadmin] Error: Unknown option 'n'`). Has it been deprecated or changed? Second, are the namespaces created using `wskadmin` utility in any way different than the OpenWhisk namespace? The reason i ask this is, when i created multiple users/namespaces using `wskadmin`, i am unable to see them in `wsk -i namespace list`. Third, when you deploy OpenWhisk (docker-compose), you have a serverless environment with guest namespace. I want to create different namespaces with different limits (i am assuming `wskadmin` can help me do this!), then run invocations in those namespaces and analyze the invocation behaviors. I don't know, even after i create different users, how to switch between users & namespaces for testing. Or does users need to join/login (how?) my OpenWhisk deployment separately (different terminal)? Can someone provide resources that can help me in this regard? thanks!
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