Re: concurrent users in one account
Date: Tue, 08 Jun 2004 22:22:50 +0200
> The only solution I see so far would be to provide a limited number (say a
> pool of 4) of user accounts and then assigning a free user account prior to
That is the way to go. But there is no reason to impose
a low limit. You can create accounts dynamically as
needed. There are a lot of UIDs to pick from. And as
long as it is not used, an account really doesn't take
any significant resources.
An interesting question is what you want to do about
the user's processes and files once he log out?
Depending on what you want to do, it might be a good
idea to kill all processes, then delete all files, to
be able to start with a fresh account for th next user.
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