On 14 Dec 2019, at 11:07, Alberto Viana <albertocrj(a)gmail.com>
In the old 389-console was possible to manage remote instances (installations in
different machines) and what about in new UI? Should I install a cockpit plugin to each
389 machine in my environment?
Any docs about it?
Yes, you'll need a cockpit plugin per-machine for the instances on that machine.
There are things that cockpit can do that requires local filesystem access, that's why
you can't remotely administer it with this.
If you want remote administration capability, I'd advise you look into dsconf as a
tool which can do remote administration and you could script it to perform tasks
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