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From "Dagmar Husarova (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] [Resolved] (DTACLOUD-220) fgcp cloud driver notes
Date Thu, 24 May 2012 13:09:55 GMT


Dagmar Husarova resolved DTACLOUD-220.

    Resolution: Fixed

notes added to nanoc site to API -> Drivers API section
> fgcp cloud driver notes
> -----------------------
>                 Key: DTACLOUD-220
>                 URL:
>             Project: DeltaCloud
>          Issue Type: Improvement
>          Components: Website
>            Reporter: Dies Koper
>            Assignee: Dagmar Husarova
> Driver functionality and Credentials
> Compute Driver Functionality
> Fujitsu FGCP: no to “Reboot running instances”, yes to all others
> Cloud provider credentials
> (Note that OpenStack is the only one not placed by alphabetical order?)
> Cloud:
> Fujitsu FGCP
> Driver:
> fgcp
> Username:
> User certificate’s folder name
> Password:
> User certificate’s passphrase
> Notes:
> Place UserCert.p12 in ~/.deltacloud/config/fgcp/<Username>/ (%USERPROFILE%\.deltacloud\config\fgcp\<Username>\
on Windows), and use <Username> to authenticate. Or set environment variable FGCP_CERT_DIR
to a folder under which your folder with UserCert.p12 is stored.
> Notes on specific drivers
> Fujitsu FGCP driver
> When using the Fujitsu FGCP driver, the username passed in response to the HTTP 401 authentication
challenge should be the folder name in which your UserCert.p12 is stored, NOT your FGCP Portal
username. UserCert.p12 can be issued from the Portal and is the same as issued to access MyPortal.
> Set environment variable FGCP_CERT_DIR to override the default "~/.deltacloud/config/fgcp/"
path to locate the "Username" folder with the UserCert.p12 file.

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