Distro: prefer Ubuntu Memory: 1024M CPU count: 2 Disk size: 20GB Project name: Jetpack Project owner: email@example.com Needs https access from the internet: Yes Need other ports besides 80/https: NO Needs a DNS domain name: NO Good to know what installed services you'll be running: * nginx, python, node.js / express, redis, regular cron scripts Does the project have a home page explaining what it is? * https://wiki.mozilla.org/Jetpack/Metrics
I've created the VM jetpack-utils1.vm.labs.scl3.mozilla.com, which is accessible via either the Mozilla office networks or the VPN. You should have root access to this server. Once things are set up on this server, please open a separate bug to have a public (Internet accessible) name pointed to this VM. I went with the name "jetpack-utils" since it sounded like you might be running a variety of different Jetpack related utility services on this machine. If the name is problematic, please let me know (since the name can be changed).
Nope that sounds perfect, thanks! One question - how do I authenticate? For example: jeff@aer ~> ssh firstname.lastname@example.org Permission denied (publickey). jeff@aer ~> ssh email@example.com Permission denied (publickey). If it helps, my ssh public key is: ssh-rsa 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 firstname.lastname@example.org
The VM is using your LDAP credentials, so try 'ssh email@example.com'. When you're prompted for a password, use whatever one is usually associated with firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ah - thanks, it does make sense that it would use my ldap username. The problem I have no is that I don't get a password prompt, just 'Permission denied (publickey).'. Perhaps the sshd config is set to only allow public key auth?
forget I said anything - works now, I think my shell was acting odd.