BOSH Release for jumpbox
jumpbox BOSH release sets up a jumpbox for use with BOSH/CF/Concourse,
installing utilities we've found to be generally useful for these tasks, as
well as setting up custom user environments per user.
To deploy a jumpbox, you can use the BOSH manifests supplied with the repository.
bosh -e <env> -d jumpbox deploy manifests/jumpbox.yml
However, that won't generally be enough, since you should customize the configuration with your own user accounts and SSH keys. This repository ships with an example ops file that you can modify to include your users, environment setup scripts, and SSH keys.
To deploy that, use the
-o option to
bosh -e <env> -d jumpbox deploy \ -o manifests/add-user-op.yml \ manifests/jumpbox.yml
The following keys have meaning, for each user account under the
name(Required) - The username for the account.
shell- The full path to the user's interactive shell. This needs to be an allowed shell (per stemcell config). Defaults to
sudo(true|false) - Whether or not grant this user the ability to sudo as the root (or any other) user. Defaults to
password- A (cleartext) password to set for the account. By default, users are not able to authenticate via any password (and should use
ssh_keys- A YAML list of SSH keys, in the form
algo key-data [comment]. Note that the comment (usually in the form "email@example.com") is optional, and has no bearing on the functionality of the key-based authentication.
env- The URL of a git-clonable environment repo. For an example of what you might put in such a repository, see https://github.com/jhunt/env. By default, no environment repository is assumed.
inventory job is an errand you can colocate on your
jumpboxen. It will display information about the software
installed on the instance, versions, etc.
- bosh-init 0.0.92-3ee9292
- cf 6.30
- curl 7.50.3
- genesis (latest and greatest!)
- git 2.14.1
- jq 1.5
- safe (latest and greatest!)
- spiff 1.0.7
- tmux 2.2
- tree 1.7.0
- terraform 0.13.6
- unzip 6.0
- vault 0.5.2
- vim 7.4
- wget 1.18
- zip 3.0