I have created a virtual system pattern instances based on the CoreOS pattern (RHEL 5.5). From the SCE console I can see that a dedicated security key was created for the corresponding virtual server instance, however I don't see how I can get access to the private key to ssh into the instance.
How can I login into the instance I have created? Thanks!
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7 replies Latest Post - 2012-05-10T20:13:04Z by morganri
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Re: How to login into a Linux instance?2012-05-07T20:06:14Z in response to kirill_osipovThat is Drop 2. You don't have the ssh functionality built-in with your current beta level, but there is a scripting workaround that can provide you with access to the instance.
I will uploaded the script (addkey.sh) and then the PDF instructions, please review them carefully.
Re: How to login into a Linux instance?2012-05-07T20:07:41Z in response to kirill_osipovHere are the instructions in PDF format. Please let me know if they resolves this issue or not.
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Re: How to login into a Linux instance?2012-05-07T20:29:13Z in response to kirill_osipovIn a few days, a new version of SmartCloud Application Workload Service labeled Beta Drop 3 will become available. Any instance created with this new version of the code will allow SSH access without requiring the script package. The work around described by Rich above is really just applicable to version ID 18.104.22.168-20120315231425 / 20120315-2312-624.