Whether passwords of Streaming topology users can be changed

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After a Streaming service user is used to submit a topology, the task must be continuously run by the user. During topology running, the Worker process may need to be restarted to keep the topology running. Changing the service user password will affect topology running. If the user password is changed, you can delete the original topology and submit another one.

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Can the topology user password be changed?
After a Streaming service user is used to submit a topology, the task must be continuously run by the user. During topology running, the Worker process may need to be restarted to keep the topology running. Changing the service user password will affect topology running. If the user password is changed, you can delete the original topology and submit another one.

Can the password of a topology user be changed?
After a Streaming service user is used to submit a topology, the task must be continuously run by the user. During topology running, the Worker process may need to be restarted to keep the topology running. Changing the service user password will affect topology running. If the user password is changed, you can delete the original topology and submit another one.

Whether a Streaming topology has rights control
When the security version is used, Streaming topologies support rights control. Common system users can only view the topologies they submit, but the Streaming administrator can view all topologies.

How do I change the number of Streaming topologies?
You can modify parameter supervisor.slots.ports of the Streaming service to increase the number of available ports.

Whether the password of the LCT user on BWS 1600G devices can be changed
Question: When a user logs in to an NE using the T2000 LCT, can the user change the default password of the LCT NE? Analysis: None Answer: A common user with sufficient permissions can change the password of specified users in the common NMS, Web LCT, and command line interface. Default users such as szhw, root, and lct can change their own passwords and the passwords of users with lower permissions on NEs developed based on the OSP02 platform, such as BWS 1600G. Therefore, for LCT users: 1. They must log in to NEs as the lct user from the Web LCT. 2. They need to change the password of the lct user in the user management window. 3. They can create users with lower permissions as the lct user, and set or change the passwords of these users. Suggestion and conclusion: None

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