CloudCenter 4.8 has reached End of Life (EOL) as of November 14, 2018. See End of Support Notices for additional context.

User Key Operations

Repair User

The repair user operation is only applicable to the system-generated (by the CloudCenter platform) public-private key pair per cloud account/cloud region for each user.

Normally, keys are generated when a user launches a job for the first time on a cloud. The Repair User (reinitialize user/reinit user) option allows admins to regenerate SSH keys for this user.

The following screenshot shows the Repair User option

This option allows the admin to verify the following tasks:

  • If the CCM and the CCO are communicating with each other.
  • If they are not communicating, an error message displays. 
  • If the user is stuck at any point due to a key pair error, use this option to reinitialize this user.

If you are unable to deploy to a cloud and receive the InvalidKeyPair.NotFound error, try reinitializing this user.

SSH Key Assignment

At the time of deployment, be aware of the following upload nuances:

  • Users cannot upload the private key
  • Users can upload the public key.

Persisting the Private Key

Users can choose to persist the private key to enable inter-VM communication.

Users can only persist the private key if the Assign SSH Key option is not selected. See SSH Options for additional context.

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