Thanks for that.
My project hasn't been officially approved by my teacher as of yet so
I will have to get back to you, but I appreciate all the advice given.
On 4/7/06, Charles Parnot <email@hidden> wrote:
> > Thanks for your reply. Are you saying that there are generally 1
> > password per controller or 1 password per client submitting jobs?
> For the controller, you can only set 2 passwords:
> * one for the agent (which would prevent controllers from harvesting
> just any agent in a local network)
> * one for the client (which will prevent unwanted people from
> submitting jobs)
> So, there is only 2 levels of access for clients:
> * no access
> * full access
> And there is only 1 password, shared by all the clients.
> > Also, are you suggesting making it so users log in to a web interface
> > and then upload a shell file to be submitted and the results are then
> > also accessible via the interface? I could easily do this, I am a web
> > developer, I was just wondering if this is what you were suggesting.
> Yes, this is exactly what I meant!
> Let me know if you need some help with the xgrid side,
> Help science move fast forward:
> Charles Parnot
CEO, NetReal Network Integrated Solutions.
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