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eloqsd.share configuration file

 
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  The eloqsd.share configuration file defines the file system locations known to the eloqsd process. Eloquence provides its own file sharing capabilities for use with the Eloquence IDE.

The name and path of the eloqsd.share configuration file may be defined in the eloqsd.cfg configuration file. It defaults to eloqsd.share in the Eloquence configuration directory.

Section names are are not case sensitive and enclosed in square brackets. String values can be enclosed in double quotes to protect leading or trailing spaces. An unquoted hash character (#) starts a comment.

Each share is defined in a different section. The following configuration items are recognized for each share:

Path
Absolute path of the directory.

Comment
Share description. This is displayed by the client.

UserList
UserList is a comma-separated list of user names that are allowed to access a share. If UserList is configured, the connecting user must be listed, otherwise access to the share is denied. Multiple UserList entries are recognized and combined.

The user names refer to the configured users in the eloqsd.user file or, if PAM authentication is used (on HP-UX or Linux), to (selected) operating system users.

GroupList
GroupList accepts a comma-separated list of group names that are allowed to access a share. If GroupList is configured, the connecting user must be a member of a group that is listed, otherwise access to the share is denied. Multiple GroupList entries are recognized and combined.

The group names refer to GroupList entries of the configured users in the eloqsd.user file or, if PAM authentication is used (on HP-UX or Linux), to operating system groups associated with the connecting user.

AllowFrom, DenyFrom
The AllowFrom and DenyFrom items restrict access to a share based on the client IP address or an IP address range.

AllowFrom / DenyFrom argument syntax:

{ All | hostname | ip-address [/{addrbits|netmask}] }
  • Multiple AllowFrom / DenyFrom entries are recognized and combined.

  • hostname is the name of a host or network that is resolved into one or more ip addresses.

  • ip-address is either an IPv4 or IPv6 address.

    • An IPv6 address, enclosed in square brackets, such as [::1]. The addrbits option may be used to specify the number of relevant bits in the IP address.

    • An IPv4 address, such as 127.0.0.1. The addrbits option may be used to specify the number of relevant bits in the IP address. The netmask option allows to specify an IPv4 network mask, such as 255.255.255.0.

If neither AllowFrom nor DenyFrom is configured, access to a share is enabled from any IP address (implied AllowFrom=All).
If AllowFrom and/or DenyFrom are configured, access to a share is denied unless specifically allowed (implied DenyFrom=All).


The example below defines the "example" share, allowing access from the network 10.64.66.x for any users that are member of the developers group.
[example]
Path = /opt/eloquence/8.2/share
Comment = Eloquence shared files
AllowFrom = 10.64.66.0/24
GroupList = developers

eloqsd.share template file

A default configuration file eloqsd.share is installed and may be customized. A template eloqsd.share config file is installed as newconfig/config/eloqsd.share.

# @(#) eloqsd.share - B.08.30 ($Revision: 28.4 $)
#
# The purpose of this file is to define all disk resources which are
# known to Eloquence. It is installed in the location:
# /etc/opt/eloquence/8.3/eloqsd.share
#
# This file is read at the startup time of the eloqsd process.
# Changes are automatically detected and honored.
#
# Eloquence provides its own file sharing capabilities.
# This will make you independent of the availability of specific
# network file systems (NFS/SMB) and overcomes possible file system
# limitations.
#
# Format:
#
# The section names are not case sensitive. String values can be
# enclosed in double quotes to protect leading or trailing spaces.
# Everything after a hash (#) character is considered a comment.
#
# Each share definition is a different section.
#
# The following configuration items are recognized for each section:
#
# [share_id]
#
# Path      Absolute path
#
# Comment   Share description. This is displayed by the client.
#
# UserList  Comma-separated list of user names. If configured, the
#           connecting user must be listed, otherwise access to a
#           share is denied.
#           Multiple UserList entries are recognized and combined.
#
# GroupList Comma-separated list of group names. If configured, the
#           connecting user must be member of a group that is listed,
#           otherwise access to a share is denied.
#           Multiple GroupList entries are recognized and combined.
#
# AllowFrom Used to enable or reject access to a share based on the
# DenyFrom  client network address.
#
#           AllowFrom/DenyFrom argument syntax:
#           { All | hostname | ip-address [/{addrbits|netmask]} }
#
#           Multiple AllowFrom/DenyFrom entries are
#           recognized and combined.
#
#           hostname is the name of a host or network that is resolved
#           into one or more ip addresses.
#
#           ip-address is either an IPv4 or IPv6 address.
#
#           * An IPv6 address, enclosed in square brackets, such
#           as [::1]. The addrbits option may be used to specify
#           the number of relevant bits in the IP address.
#
#           * An IPv4 address, such as 127.0.0.1. The addrbits option
#           may be used to specify the number of relevant bits in the
#           IP address. The netmask option allows to specify an IPv4
#           network mask, such as 255.255.255.0.
#
#           If neither AllowFrom nor DenyFrom are configured, access
#           to a share is enabled from all network addresses
#           (implied AllowFrom=All).
#
#           If AllowFrom and/or DenyFrom are configured, access to a
#           share is denied unless specifically allowed
#           (implied DenyFrom=All).

#[example]
#Path = /opt/eloquence/8.3/share
#Comment = Eloquence shared files

See also

eloqsd eloqsd.cfg
eloqsd share configuration (B.08.20 release notes)


 
 
 
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