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ssh-private-keys (2) Versions 2.0.0

Deploy OpenSSH private keys

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cookbook 'ssh-private-keys', '~> 2.0.0'
cookbook 'ssh-private-keys', '~> 2.0.0', :supermarket
knife cookbook site install ssh-private-keys
knife cookbook site download ssh-private-keys
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ssh-private-keys-cookbook

Chef cookbook to deploy OpenSSH private keys on a system. Data is stored in the encrypted data bag or chef-vault which name is specified in the attribute node['ssh-private-keys']['data_bag_name'] (by default ssh-private-keys). Data bag may have two layouts: simple and andvanced. In simple layout bag item name contains the name of the user which key you're want to deploy. Advanced layout is more complex and should match the node.chef_environment value.

Simple data bag format

{
    "id": "admin1",
    "keys": {
        "id_rsa": ""
     }
}

Advanced data bag format

{
  "id": "development",
  "server1.acme.corp": {
    "admin1": {
      "id_rsa": "",
    }
  },
  "server2.acme.corp": {
    "admin2": {
      "id_ed25519": ""
    }
  }
}

Resources

ssh_private_key

Keys deployment is made by using ssh_private_key resource. For example,

ssh_private_key 'admin1'

Server hostname will be automatically detected and the appropriate record will be retrieved from the encrypted data bag. All keys in the specified record (e.g. RSA, Ed25519) will be placed under user's SSH directory (/home/username/.ssh).

Attributes

You can use attributes to specify the default behavior for ssh_private_key resource.

  • default['ssh-private-keys']['default_source'] - Specify 'databag' or 'chef-vault'
  • default['ssh-private-keys']['data_bag_name'] - Bag name or vault name to load ssh keys from
  • default['ssh-private-keys']['data_bag_layout'] - Specify databag layout type. May be 'simple' or 'advanced'

Properties

You can override default values specified in attributes by defining custom properties on the particular resource.

ssh_private_key resource has the following properties:

  • source - Specify 'databag' or 'chef-vault'
  • bag - Data bag name or vault name to load ssh keys from (default is 'ssh-private-keys')
  • layout - Specify databag layout type. May be 'simple' or 'advanced' (default)

Example resource usage

user "test"
ssh_private_key "test" do
    source 'chef-vault'
    layout 'simple'
end

Testing

Run script/bootstrap to install necessary Ruby Gems.

Run script/test to perform KitchenCI tests.

License

MIT @ Alexander Pyatkin

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