Legion 1.4 System Administrator Manual

Legion 1.4 System Administrator Manual

Table of Contents

Introduction

1.0 About Legion

Installing and running Legion

2.0 Downloading Legion 1.4
2.1 RSA requirements
2.2 Downloading binary files
2.3 Downloading source code
2.4 Setting up the user environment
2.5 Compiling source code
3.0 Starting & shutting down Legion
3.1 First time start-up procedure
3.2 System shutdown
3.3 System restart
4.0 Preparing the Legion environment

Legion Security

5.0 About Legion security
5.1 Message layer
5.2 MayI layer
5.3 Special implications of security
6.0 Using security features
6.1 Creating new users
6.2 Changing user passwords

Legion system management

7.0 Legion core objects
7.1 Core class objects
8.0 Implementation model
8.1 Implementation caches
8.2 Implementation tools
9.0 Host and vault objects
9.1 About host-vault pairs
9.2 Manipulating host-vault pairing
9.3 Adding a new host
9.4 Adding a new vault
10.0 Process control daemon host objects
10.1 Adding a PCD host object
10.2 How the PCD host object works
11.0 Legion domains
11.1 Naming Legion domains
11.2 Domains and binding services
11.3 Joining domains
11.4 Related commands

Getting help

Index


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