Opened 9 years ago

Closed 9 years ago

Last modified 9 years ago

#1970 closed enhancement (implemented)

Give Sebastian access to ferrinii and porrum

Reported by: Sebastian Owned by:
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Cc: weasel, phobos Actual Points:
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Description

Hey, please give me access to ferrinii for some torperf testing (just a user account should be fine for now, probably) and porrum for a torbel setup.

On porrum I'd need a Tor instance that I can configure, and I need the ability to start torbel as root (so that it can bind to low ports). It would be very useful if porrum didn't have any common ports open (specifically neither 80 nor 443, and maybe also port 22 and 25), or if it had a second IP address to use. For its active testing, torbel needs to open all these ports.

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comment:1 Changed 9 years ago by Sebastian

Cc: weasel phobos added

Adding weasel and phobos cc. I'm blocking on this to set up torperf instances for bug 1919, which is a sept deliverable.

comment:2 in reply to:  description Changed 9 years ago by weasel

Replying to Sebastian:

i) please don't create one ticket with two different requests.

Hey, please give me access to ferrinii for some torperf testing (just a user
account should be fine for now, probably) and porrum for a torbel setup.

Does that mean you should be in the torperf group or what kind of access
do you need on ferrinii?

On porrum I'd need a Tor instance that I can configure, and I need the
ability to start torbel as root (so that it can bind to low ports).

No. We can do port forwards tho.

would be very useful if porrum didn't have any common ports open
(specifically neither 80 nor 443, and maybe also port 22 and 25), or
if it had a second IP address to use. For its active testing, torbel
needs to open all these ports.

Maybe if Andrew gets us a second address.

So, does this mean we should create a torbel group and give that access
to porrum? Or what kind of stuff will you do there?

Giving individuals access always means stuff will break if they go away.
That's why doing this via groups, and storing files in /srv/foo instead
of /home/bar is the right thing.

Cheers,

comment:3 Changed 9 years ago by Sebastian

Let's not worry about porrum for now.

Karsten said to run the torperf experiment on my own user account on ferrinii to not screw up the other torperf runs (this is just to evaluate #1919 short-term) before transitioning them to the torperf group. So I believe that I don't need anything other than a regular user account for now.

comment:4 Changed 9 years ago by phobos

Resolution: implemented
Status: newclosed

done and done.

comment:5 Changed 9 years ago by Sebastian

what was done wrt porrum?

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