[PL #8288] Private PLC
Aaron Klingaman via RT
devel at planet-lab.org
Mon Nov 28 12:36:58 EST 2005
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Requestor: wychin at i2r.a-star.edu.sg
Ticket Ccs: wychin at i2r.a-star.edu.sg
Moved this ticket to devel.
If you set up your own planetlab servers and installed your nodes off of
them (so they don't contact our servers), you can just change the node
root key by copying it to /etc/planetlab/node_root_key. To make it take
effect, reboot the node so PlanetLabConf is run (normally happens every
Mark Huang via RT wrote:
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> Requestor: wychin at i2r.a-star.edu.sg
> Chin Wee Yung via RT wrote:
>>I understand that the site_admin has a weaker su privilege at the
>>node. Is there any way in which I can obtain a true superuser
>>privilege at the node like for example a console login? I appreciate
>>any help. Thanks.
> If your private PlanetLab node is registered with PLC, no.
> Otherwise, I'm not sure where we're at w.r.t. supporting node software
> modification. The PlanetLabConf package, which maintains various
> configuration files on each node, including the SSH key for the root
> superuser, would have to be modified to pull updates from your private
> PlanetLab boot server, which would have to be modified to provide a
> different SSH key.
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