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    • Leigh Stoller's avatar
      Fix the empty password on the user account we create on the dell · 69c75587
      Leigh Stoller authored
      switches, I must have forgot to deal with it.
      
      Basically, the FTOS manual says you can give it an MD5 or sha256 hash of
      the password. Well, FTOS must come from another dimension, cause the MD5
      and sha256 it generates, is different then what boss generates, for the
      same input string. So that makes it hard to set up an account with a
      password, unless I send over the cleartext. Which is okay, it stores it
      internally as the hash (I cannot seem to generate). So we send over the
      cleartext per-node root password that is regenerated for each time it is
      allocated to an experiment. Not a big deal, we load the user's ssh keys,
      they should not need to use passwords.
      69c75587
    • Mike Hibler's avatar
      Make sure iscsid picks up change of initiator name. · 1c2d994c
      Mike Hibler authored
      Otherwise you get a lot of this action:
      
      WARNING: 10.254.254.203 (iqn.1993-08.org.debian:01:5ad48b44316d): session reinstatement from different address 10.254.254.201
      
      The issue was that we would restart iscsid after changing the name, but if the
      iSCSI sessions were already open, the name change would not immediately take
      effect (til next reboot).
      
      This will happen if the open-iscsi and/or iscsid service is started at boot time
      prior to the Emulab blockstore config running. We explicitly turned these services
      off in Ubuntu 14, but not in 16 and above cuz that would involve interaction with
      systemd and some of us don't speak systemd. Anyway, this will work even if the
      services are enabled at boot.
      1c2d994c
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