Friday, April 4, 2014

SSH Setup With OpenShift

If we want to see the available domains we can use,

[root@vx111a rubygems-2.2.2]# rhc domain show
You have not yet configured the OpenShift client tools. Please run 'rhc setup'.
Login to
Password: ***********

Domain fundomain (owned by
  Created:            5:19 PM
  ID:                    537de4445973ca6cf70000b2
  Allowed Gear Sizes: small

The domain fundomain exists but has no applications. You can use 'rhc
create-app' to create a new application.

If you see the above command we can see that we need to pass user name and password. But we can configure keys that will make these connections simple. These keys will eliminate the need of entering user Name and password all the times.

For configuring the SSH,

[root@vx111a rubygems-2.2.2]# rhc setup
OpenShift Client Tools (RHC) Setup Wizard

This wizard will help you upload your SSH keys, set your application
namespace, and check that other programs like Git are properly

Login to
Password: ***********

OpenShift can create and store a token on disk which allows to you to
access the server without using your password. The key is stored in
your home directory and should be kept
secret.  You can delete the key at any time by running 'rhc logout'.
Generate a token now? (yes|no) yes
Generating an authorization token for this client ... lasts about 1 month

Saving configuration to /root/.openshift/express.conf ... done

No SSH keys were found. We will generate a pair of keys for you.

    Created: /root/.ssh/

Your public SSH key must be uploaded to the OpenShift server to access
code.  Upload now? (yes|no) yes

Since you do not have any keys associated with your OpenShift account,
your new key will be uploaded as the 'default' key.

Uploading key 'default' ... done

Checking for git ... found git version 1.7.1

Checking common problems .. done

Checking for a domain ... fundomain

Checking for applications ... none

Run 'rhc create-app' to create your first application.

  Do-It-Yourself 0.1                      rhc create-app <app name> diy-0.1
  JBoss Application Server 7              rhc create-app <app name> jbossas-7
  JBoss Data Virtualization 6             rhc create-app <app name>
  JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 6 rhc create-app <app name> jbosseap-6
  Jenkins Server                          rhc create-app <app name> jenkins-1
  Node.js 0.10                            rhc create-app <app name> nodejs-0.10
  Node.js 0.6                             rhc create-app <app name> nodejs-0.6
  PHP 5.3                                 rhc create-app <app name> php-5.3
  PHP 5.4                                 rhc create-app <app name> php-5.4
  PHP 5.4 with Zend Server 6.1            rhc create-app <app name> zend-6.1
  Perl 5.10                               rhc create-app <app name> perl-5.10
  Python 2.6                              rhc create-app <app name> python-2.6
  Python 2.7                              rhc create-app <app name> python-2.7
  Python 3.3                              rhc create-app <app name> python-3.3
  Ruby 1.8                                rhc create-app <app name> ruby-1.8
  Ruby 1.9                                rhc create-app <app name> ruby-1.9
  Tomcat 6 (JBoss EWS 1.0)                rhc create-app <app name> jbossews-1.0
  Tomcat 7 (JBoss EWS 2.0)                rhc create-app <app name> jbossews-2.0
  Vert.x 2.1                              rhc create-app <app name>

  You are using 0 of 3 total gears
  The following gear sizes are available to you: small

Your client tools are now configured.

Now the SSH is configured, try to see the available domains

[root@vx111a rubygems-2.2.2]# rhc domain show
Domain fundomain (owned by
  Created:            5:19 PM
  ID:                 537de4445973ca6cf70000b2
  Allowed Gear Sizes: small

The domain fundomain exists but has no applications. You can use 'rhc create-app' to create a new application.

See we are not asked with the user name and password.Hence our Ssh configuration is done.

More to come , Happy Learning

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