Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of ArcherSshAgent


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04/12/15 12:01:20 (4 years ago)
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  • ArcherSshAgent

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    99{{{ 
    10 puma$ source ~um/um-training/install-ssh-keys <archer-user-name>@login.archer.ac.uk 
     10puma$ source ~um/um-training/install-ssh-keys <archer-username>@login.archer.ac.uk 
    1111}}} 
    1212 
    13 When prompted to Enter passphrase, this should be a fairly complicated and unguessable passphrase. You can use spaces in the pass phrase if it helps you to remember it more readily. It is recommended that you don’t use your password in case it is hacked. 
     13When prompted to "Enter passphrase", this should be a fairly complicated and unguessable passphrase. You can use spaces in the passphrase if it helps you to remember it more readily. It is recommended that you don’t use your password in case it is hacked. 
    1414 
    1515'''Warning''': '''DO NOT''' use an empty passphrase as this presents a security issue. 
     
    1717After generating your ssh-key, the script will copy it over to ARCHER. 
    1818 
    19 When prompted for Password, enter your Archer password. 
     19When prompted for "Password", enter your ACRHER password. 
    2020 
    2121== 2. Verify the authentication works ==  
     
    2323{{{ 
    2424puma$ ssh <archer-user-name>@login.archer.ac.uk 
    25 Enter passphrase for key '<puma-user-name>'@puma.nerc.ac.uk: 
     25Enter passphrase for key '/home/<puma-username>/.ssh/id_dsa':: 
    2626[TYPE_YOUR_PASSPHRASE] 
    2727}}} 
    2828 
    29 If you don’t get asked for your Passphrase (i.e. DSA key), then something has gone wrong. In this case, make sure the public key, was successfully copied over to ARCHER by logging into ARCHER and opening the file {{{~/.ssh/authorized_keys}}}. It should contain something similar to: 
     29If you don’t get asked for your Passphrase, then something has gone wrong. In this case, make sure the public key, was successfully copied over to ARCHER by logging into ARCHER and opening the file {{{~/.ssh/authorized_keys}}}. It should contain something similar to: 
    3030 
    3131{{{ 
     
    3838}}} 
    3939 
    40 Once you have this part working, log out of Archer. 
     40 
     41If it doesn’t, and no errors were reported from the {{{install-ssh-keys script}}}, please [wiki:ContactUs contact the CMS team]. 
     42 
     43Once you have this part working, log out of ARCHER. 
    4144 
    4245== 3. Start up ssh-agent == 
     
    4649{{{ 
    4750puma$ ssh-add 
    48 Enter passphrase for ~/.ssh/id_dsa (<puma-user-name>@puma.nerc.ac.uk): 
     51Enter passphrase for /home/<puma-username>/.ssh/id_rsa: 
     52: 
    4953[TYPE_YOUR_PASSPHRASE] 
    5054}}} 
    5155 
    5256You may need to do this every time a new ssh-agent is started, i.e. every time you re-start your local session. 
     57 
     58== 4. Checks this works by ssh-ing into ARCHER ==  
     59 
     60You should now be able to ssh from PUMA to ARCHER without a password or passphrase.