Need a VM to run remora db ( copy ) metrics scripts, possibly other Jetpack-related jobs

VERIFIED FIXED

Status

Infrastructure & Operations Graveyard
WebOps: Labs
VERIFIED FIXED
5 years ago
a year ago

People

(Reporter: canuckistani, Assigned: cyliang)

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Details

Distro: prefer Ubuntu
Memory: 1024M
CPU count: 2
Disk size: 20GB
Project name: Jetpack
Project owner: jgriffiths@mozilla.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
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Updated

5 years ago
Assignee: server-ops-labs → cliang
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Comment 1

5 years ago
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).
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 5 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
Nope that sounds perfect, thanks!

One question - how do I authenticate? For example:

jeff@aer ~> ssh root@jetpack-utils1.vm.labs.scl3.mozilla.com
Permission denied (publickey).
jeff@aer ~> ssh jeff@jetpack-utils1.vm.labs.scl3.mozilla.com
Permission denied (publickey).

If it helps, my ssh public key is:

ssh-rsa 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 jeff@aer.local
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Comment 3

5 years ago
The VM is using your LDAP credentials, so try 'ssh jgriffiths@jetpack-utils1.vm.labs.scl3.mozilla.com'.  When you're prompted for a password, use whatever one is usually associated with jgriffiths@mozilla.com.
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.
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
Product: mozilla.org → Infrastructure & Operations
Product: Infrastructure & Operations → Infrastructure & Operations Graveyard
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