[Bug 962383] [NEW] ec2-key-pair went away, but juju doesn't say it is unsupported
jamie at ubuntu.com
Thu Mar 22 17:46:54 UTC 2012
Public bug reported:
Apparently people should be using 'authorized-keys' or 'authorized-keys-
path' in environments.yaml. 'ec2-key-pair' is found in google and it
would be good if juju checked that it was specified and that people
should instead use 'authorized-keys' or 'authorized-keys-path'. This
would save people some time.
It might also be nice that the documentation states that juju injects
this ssh key differently than EC2 and that people should not expect for
the former value of ec2-key-pair to show up in 'euca-describe-
instances'. In other words, whey I use 'euca-run-instanaces -k mykey' I
expect to see 'running mykey' in 'euca-describe-instances output. With
juju, we see 'running None' now, but that is expected with how juju is
working (but unexpected if used to EC2).
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