Bunch of changes for "management" interfaces (ilo,drac,etc); make
management interfaces more of a first class citizen instead of a hack. New script: management_iface -t <type> -a [key|pswd] [-s <switchinfo>] <node_id> mac IP arg1 arg2 management_iface -r <node_id> -h This message -t type Management type; ilo, ilo2, drac -s info Optional switch info; switch,card,port -s - Search output of switchmac to find switch info -a pswd Password auth; provide login and password. -a key SSH key auth; provide login and key path. -r Remove management interface from DB. which adds the management interface to the database (interfaces, outlets and outlets_remoteauth. Optionally adds the wires table entry if you add -s option. Uses switchmac to find the switch info or you can specify it on the command line. So for example, here is what I did to add the ilo2 interface for a node: management_iface -t ilo2 -a pswd -s - pc1 e8:39:35:ae:c9:7c \ 184.108.40.206 elabman mypasswd or management_iface -t ilo2 -a key -s - pc1 e8:39:35:ae:c9:7c \ 220.127.116.11 elabman /root/.ssh/somekey Of course someone had to have added the elabman user and key or password to the ilo config via its interface. * dhcpd_makeconf will add local node management interfaces to the config file. We can set them to dhcp instead of hardwiring the IP in the management interface. * The DB changes add a management type to the enums in the interfaces and wires table, and updates the existing interface entries.
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