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[Bug 1835114] Re: [MIR] ec2-instance-connect
On the topic of testing raised in earlier comments. CPC will continue
with our baseline testing and for releases earlier than focal where we
will be pre-installing the package in AWS images with the service
disabled (opt-in) we will test that the service is correctly disabled.
This testing is performed on images which contain packages from
-updates, not -proposed.
Further conversation regarding SRU testing needs to be had with the AWS
instance connect development team to iron out the process and then
document the test plan. I believe that team should be involved in
SRU testing from -proposed as we have with other packages which enable
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Status in ec2-instance-connect package in Ubuntu:
ec2-instance-connect is in the Ubuntu archive, and available for all supported releases. It is available on all architectures despite only being useful on Amazon EC2 instances.
This package is useful on Amazon EC2 instances to make use of a new feature:
Instance Connect; which allows storing SSH keys for access online in the Amazon systems. These SSH keys are then retrieved to be used by the system's SSH service, collated with pre-existing keys as deployed on the system.
Installing the package enables the use of Instance Connect on an
This is a new package, and as such has no security history to speak of.
The package consists in a few shell scripts that are difficult to test by
themselves due to the high reliance on Amazon's Instance Connect service;
which is online and limited to use on Amazon instances.
Given that it's a new package, there are no long-term outstanding bugs in
Ubuntu or Debian. The package is only maintained in Ubuntu at the moment.
This package deals with special "hardware"; it is only useful on Amazon
instances, and its support is required as a default deployment on such
instances when deployed with Ubuntu.
Not applicable. This service is command-line only and has no configuration options.
There are no special dependencies to speak of.
This package has been thoroughly reviewed by a few Canonical engineers, there are no standards violations known.
This package is to be owned by the Ubuntu Foundations team.
This is Amazon-specific, as previously mentioned.
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