Debug Running Virtual Container Hosts
By default, all shell access to the virtual container host (VCH) endpoint VM is disabled. Login shells for all users are set to
vic-machine utility provides a
debug command that allows you to enable shell access to the VCH endpoint VM, either by using the VM console or via SSH.
In addition to the Common
vic-machine debug provides the
--authorized-key options, which are described in the following sections.
NOTE: Do not confuse the
vic-machine debug command with the
vic-machine create --debug or
vic-machine configure --debug options. The
vic-machine debug command allows you to log into and debug a VCH endpoint VM that you have already deployed. The
vic-machine create --debug option deploys a new VCH that has increased levels of logging and other modifications, to allow you to debug the environment in which you deploy VCHs. For information about the
vic-machine create --debug option, see Debug in the topic on configuring general VCH settings.