The superuser parameter for netconfd-pro specifies

the user name to use as the superuser account. Any

session associated with this user name will bypass

all access control enforcement. See yuma-nacm.yang

for more details. There is no default value for superuser,

and the maximum allowed number of superusers is 1.


The superuser parameter can be invoked via the command line

when booting netconfd-pro:


user@system> netconfd-pro --superuser=foo


or configured in the /etc/yumapro/netconfd-pro.conf file:


#### leaf superuser
#
#  The user name to use as the superuser account.
#  To disable the superuser account completely,
#  set this parameter to the empty string.
#
# There is no default for the superuser name.
# Default is to not enable any superuser.

superuser foo