QA:Testcase add SSH keypair to OpenStack

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  $> euca-add-keypair nova_key -a $ACCESS_KEY -s $SECRET_KEY > nova_key.priv
 
  $> euca-add-keypair nova_key -a $ACCESS_KEY -s $SECRET_KEY > nova_key.priv
 
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Revision as of 09:53, 8 March 2012

Contents

Description

Test adding an SSH key pair to an account.

Setup

  1. Follow QA:Testcase_create_OpenStack_user_project_and_network
  2. If you started with a minimal installation for testing, you will need to install the unzip package.
  3. Download an unpack your credentials:
$> mkdir ~/novacreds
$> cd ~/novacreds
$> sudo nova-manage project zipfile testproject admin
$> sudo chown $USER: nova.zip
$> unzip nova.zip
$> chmod 600 nova*
$> . ./novarc 

How to test

Ensure the AWS access and secret keys associated with the keystone admin user are available:

 $> USER_ID=$(keystone user-list | grep 'admin ' | cut -f2 -d'|')
 $> ACCESS_KEY=$(keystone ec2-credentials-list --user $USER_ID | grep admin | cut -f3 -d'|')
 $> SECRET_KEY=$(keystone ec2-credentials-list --user $USER_ID | grep admin | cut -f4 -d'|')

Add the key pair:

$> euca-add-keypair nova_key -a $ACCESS_KEY -s $SECRET_KEY > nova_key.priv

Change its permissions:

$> chmod 600 nova_key.priv

Expected Results

  • Check that the key is registered:
$> euca-describe-keypairs -a $ACCESS_KEY -s $SECRET_KEY
  • Check that nova_key.priv actually contains a key
  • Check for errors in /var/log/nova/*.log