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From aledsage <...@git.apache.org>
Subject [GitHub] incubator-brooklyn pull request: Jclouds tidy
Date Mon, 26 Jan 2015 10:37:02 GMT
Github user aledsage commented on a diff in the pull request:

    https://github.com/apache/incubator-brooklyn/pull/465#discussion_r23521961
  
    --- Diff: locations/jclouds/src/main/java/brooklyn/location/jclouds/JcloudsLocation.java
---
    @@ -1305,118 +1326,148 @@ public UserCreation(LoginCredentials creds, List<Statement>
statements) {
          *   
          * @param image  The image being used to create the VM
          * @param config Configuration for creating the VM
    -     * @return       The commands required to create the user, along with the expected
login credentials.
    +     * @return       The commands required to create the user, along with the expected
login credentials for that user,
    +     * or null if we are just going to use those from jclouds.
          */
         protected UserCreation createUserStatements(@Nullable Image image, ConfigBag config)
{
    -        //NB: we ignore private key here because, by default we probably should not be
installing it remotely;
    -        //also, it may not be valid for first login (it is created before login e.g.
on amazon, so valid there;
    -        //but not elsewhere, e.g. on rackspace).
    +        //NB: private key is not installed remotely, just used to get/validate the public
key
             
    -        LoginCredentials loginCreds = null;
    +        LoginCredentials createdUserCreds = null;
             String user = getUser(config);
             String explicitLoginUser = config.get(LOGIN_USER);
             String loginUser = groovyTruth(explicitLoginUser) ? explicitLoginUser : (image
!= null && image.getDefaultCredentials() != null) ? image.getDefaultCredentials().identity
: null;
             Boolean dontCreateUser = config.get(DONT_CREATE_USER);
             Boolean grantUserSudo = config.get(GRANT_USER_SUDO);
    -        String publicKeyData = LocationConfigUtils.getPublicKeyData(config);
    -        String privateKeyData = LocationConfigUtils.getPrivateKeyData(config);
    -        String explicitPassword = config.get(PASSWORD);
    -        String password = groovyTruth(explicitPassword) ? explicitPassword : Identifiers.makeRandomId(12);
    +        OsCredential credential = LocationConfigUtils.getOsCredential(config);
    +        credential.checkNoErrors().logAnyWarnings();
    +        String passwordToSet = Strings.isNonBlank(credential.getPassword()) ? credential.getPassword()
: Identifiers.makeRandomId(12);
    --- End diff --
    
    If Brooklyn makes up a new password, then should we log that? Looks like it's not logged
anywhere currently. Most important to log it if the auto-generated password is the only subsequent
login approach.


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