Server Accounts and Spacewalk Account Management

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Server Accounts and Spacewalk Account Management

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To manage accounts using Spacewalk system via CLN UI, click CloudLinux OS at the top menu and then click Server accounts on the left sidebar.

CLNServerAccounts

 

The following data is available:

 

Total licenses on account — a total number of CloudLinux licenses on this account

Unused licenses — number of licenses with no server attached

License cost —  the cost of licenses per month

 

The table contains the following information:

 

Login — Spacewalk server account login

First name — server owner first name

Last name — server owner last name

Company — server company-owner name

Email

Limited/used — total/used number of licenses

Actions

 

The following actions are available:

 

Add server account. To do so, click Add account. The Add server account pop-up opens.

 

CLNAddServerAcc

 

Fill in the form and click Add Account to complete the action or Cancel to close the pop-up.

 

Edit server account. To do so, click CLNEdit. Edit server account pop-up opens. To save changes, click Save account or click Cancel to close the pop-up.

Remove server account. To do so, click CLNRemove. Remove account pop-up opens. To confirm removing, click Remove account or click Cancel to close the pop-up.

View server account details. To do so, click server login in the Login column, the server account details page opens.

 

CLNServerAccInfo

 

The following data is available:

 

System 0/0 — limit and used

Email

Name — a name of server owner

Company — company-owner name

 

The table contains the following information:

 

Token — a unique identifier for a key

Created — the token (key) creation date

Usage — number of servers registered on this key

Actions

 

The following actions are available:

 

Create key. To do so, click Create key button. A created key will be added to the table automatically without any notification.

Remove key. To do so, click CLNRemove. Key removing pop-up opens. Confirm the action by clicking Remove or click Cancel to close the pop-up.