Showing posts with label SSH. Show all posts
Showing posts with label SSH. Show all posts

Wednesday, 14 November 2018

Let's Learn - Password-less setup for Git


Every time when committing changes to github repository, we need to provide github credential which is annoying. Github provides solution for this repeatable activity by setting up password-less communication between github repo and local repository via SSH keys.


1. Generate SSH Keys -
ssh-keygen -t rsa -C your_registered_email@example.com



2, View and Copy the public key



3. Add the public keys to github repository.
a. Open your repo --> Setting



b. Click on Deploy --> Add Keys


c. Paste copied public key and save


SSH Setup has been completed, Now test it by pushing some changes to repository.

4. Making changes to README.md file


5. Stage and Commit


6. Last, push changes to remote.


Changes have been pushed to Remote repository without asking user credentials. You can use the same public key to all your git repository.

Hope you have enjoyed the post, will meet again with new stuff.....till then.......Happy Learning !!!..................



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Monday, 11 September 2017

Datastage Calling script in Remote Server


Step 1: Setting up UNIX server to automatically login without prompt-ing a password.

1. SSH must be installed in both servers. (primary and remote)
2. User ID for both servers

You can find the Step by Step detail on this Link - Configuring_SSH_on_Linux


Step 2: Creating Datastage job to run script in a remote server

1. Create a new sequencer job
2. Add an Execute Command stage
3. In the Command text value in the ExecCommand tab,

type -

 ssh UserB@ServerB ksh /home/b/test.ksh

This command will execute a script in the remote server.




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