Description of problem:
Unable to add a host principle to a group, the acl policy file fails to load and prevents qpidd from running.
I guess this is partly due to us not figuring out what is exactly allowed for group and usernames.
Fails every time.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Add a host or service principle to a group in the acl file. Something like
this will suffice:
group somegroup host/somemachine.example.com@EXAMPLE.COM
Failure to start. Error message is:
Daemon startup failed: Could not read ACL file ACL format error:
/etc/qpid/policy.acl:25: Name "host/somemachine.example.com@EXAMPLE.COM"
contains illegal characters.
Should load and parse the group cleanly.