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Re: Could you provide facility for testing SSH?



On 09/25/2012 04:54 PM, Clayton Coleman wrote:
US2907 https://rally1.rallydev.com/#/4670514611d/detail/userstory/8006798042

great, thanks a lot!

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Hi Clayton

On 09/25/2012 04:08 PM, Clayton Coleman wrote:



It's a good idea and would help setup of keys.

awesome!




We talked about it a while back but there's no story - go ahead and
create one (if you can't one of us will do so).

Afaik I have no account on rally. Could you please create a story for
me?

Thanks
André




On Sep 25, 2012, at 3:03 AM, André Dietisheim < adietish redhat com >
wrote:




Hi

at JBoss Tools it turned out that most troubles users had were SSH
related (git operations, etc.). It looks like setting up keys is
what is the least obvious to users.
Our wizard is creating the OpenShift application and cloning the git
repo in a single operation (the user chooses the name, type and
cartridges of his application, sets the git cloning settings and the
wizard will then create the app and clone to his local machine).
What's missing for us is a possibility to check if the user can
connect by SSH. There's no application yet that the wizard could
connect to in oder to verify the local SSH setup. We could do an
approximative check by verifying if the local private keys match the
the public keys on OpenShift. But this still is an approximation.
What we thought of is a service on OpenShift that would allow us to
test if SSH'ing is possible for the user that wants to create his
app and clone its repo. Github offers pretty much this facility as
you can see here:

https://help.github.com/articles/generating-ssh-keys - Step 5: Test
everything out

What do you think?

Cheers
André



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