Using two different remote users on the single host ends up with permissions issues at the second attemt
The problems is the first time the execution starts, /tmp/foreman-proxy-ssh directory is created, restrictring
it to just the first user, while the second user can't access the directory later.
The solution would be probably to store the data in `~/.foreman-proxy-ssh` on the client, instead of
the share `/tmp` directory
#3 Updated by Stephen Benjamin over 6 years ago
Also affects it if you want to run a command on the foreamn server.
/tmp/foreman-proxy/server is created by foreman-proxy user, so if you're not using root then you can't write to the /tmp/foreamn-proxy/client directory when executing a command on the foreman host itself.
#5 Updated by Anonymous over 6 years ago
- Status changed from Ready For Testing to Closed
- % Done changed from 0 to 100
Applied in changeset foreman_proxy_plugin|5438eefe0524dcdd9d2b5808c4d889cfa1766dfb.