RE: http://$SSHKEY_SERVER_IP/latest/public-keys returns the latest key, even if I didn't select any
That definitely sounds like a bug.
Would you be able to create a GitHub issue for this?
And thank you for your involvement!
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From: Ignacio Ocampo <nafiux@xxxxxxxxx>
Sent: 26 December 2018 05:55
Subject: http://$SSHKEY_SERVER_IP/latest/public-keys returns the latest key, even if I didn't select any
Hi everyone, merry christmas!
I'm using Apache Cloudstack 184.108.40.206.
I've created a Centos 7 VM template (without Network Manager), everything works properly excepts the keypair, I'm using this script:
The issue is:
If I create a virtual machine from the UI, without any keypair selected (I didn't see any keypair from the menu since I deleted all before create the VM), Cloudstack is anyway returning the latest keypair used for the user.
Before created the VM, I deleted all the keypairs from the UI, and all the VMs, and then created the new VM.
I also executed curl http://$SSHKEY_SERVER_IP/latest/public-keys within the VM to confirm I got the latest used key, which isn't expected.
Is this a bug?