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# ************************************************************************ #
# 2-thishost scripts are called with *this* node's IP, short hostname and #
# fully qualified hostname. It can be useful in multi NIC situations #
# especially. #
# ************************************************************************ #
RELDIR=`dirname $0`
ABSDIR=`cd $RELDIR; pwd`
echo "Hello from \"$ABSDIR/$0\""
# NOTE: The name of this script must correspond to the interface name that
# the context broker knows, not the local interface name which may or
# may not match.
# The context agent can only handle two NICs at most. By convention, if
# there is more than one NIC, the nics need to be labelled "publicnic" or
# "localnic" as defined by the metadata server. On EC2, the publicnic
# is the public IP address that NATs the VM (it does not correspond to
# an actual NIC in the VM). Note again that the labelling is NOT the
# interface name in the VM but rather the labels in the contextualization
# document where different roles may be played by different IP addresses
# (and they are labelled with NIC names).
echo "publicnic thishost script: configuring local programs before restarts"
echo "This IP: $1"
echo "This short local hostname: $2"
echo "This FQDN: $3"
# SSH host based authentication was configured already, restart SSH to load
# new config.
/etc/init.d/sshd restart
# We're overloading torque master role to imply other head node setups.
# Could do something explicit too.
if [ ! -e "/root/this_node_is_torque_master" ]; then
exit 0
# For torque, replace entire contents of these files
echo "$3" > /var/spool/torque/server_name
echo "root@$3" > /var/spool/torque/server_priv/acl_svr/operators
# Create a self-signed cert for onboard CA operations
/root/bin/ $3 > /root/safe/host.0
if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
echo "failed to make onboard trust root"
exit 1
# node should trust itself. We need to get the cert hash for the
# filename first:
HASH=`openssl x509 -in /root/safe/host.0 -hash -noout`
cp /root/safe/host.0 $CAFILE
echo "New 'CA' cert: $CAFILE"
# for user pickup
cp $CAFILE /root/certs/
function makefile (){
touch $3
chown $1 $3
chmod $2 $3
makefile root 444 /etc/grid-security/hostcert.pem
cp /root/safe/host.0 /etc/grid-security/hostcert.pem
makefile root 400 /etc/grid-security/hostkey.pem
cp /root/safe/host.key /etc/grid-security/hostkey.pem
makefile globus 444 /etc/grid-security/containercert.pem
cp /root/safe/host.0 /etc/grid-security/containercert.pem
makefile globus 400 /etc/grid-security/containerkey.pem
cp /root/safe/host.key /etc/grid-security/containerkey.pem
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