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RunPod6mo ago
justin

Serverless Unable to SSH / Use Jupyter Notebook Anymore

When I used to use Runpod when I first started, if I had an active worker, I could ssh / use a jupyter notebook if I had ssh open / notebook launched on the pod. But now when I try to ssh, it just throws me an error:
Justins-MBP ~ % ssh m3k8sad75isko8-64410faa@ssh.runpod.io -i ~/.ssh/id_ed25519

Warning: Identity file /Users/justin/.ssh/id_ed25519 not accessible: No such file or directory.
m3k8sad75isko8-64410faa@ssh.runpod.io: Permission denied (publickey).
@Justins-MBP ~ %
Justins-MBP ~ % ssh m3k8sad75isko8-64410faa@ssh.runpod.io -i ~/.ssh/id_ed25519

Warning: Identity file /Users/justin/.ssh/id_ed25519 not accessible: No such file or directory.
m3k8sad75isko8-64410faa@ssh.runpod.io: Permission denied (publickey).
@Justins-MBP ~ %
My script is set up btw using Runpod's own start.sh script to start up jupyterlabs + openssh + call my handler.py: https://github.com/justinwlin/Runpod-OpenLLM-Pod-and-Serverless/blob/main/start.sh And everything in logs look correct. I think the reason why is I can't in my serverless template define an HTTP port / TCP port anymore. So has runpod just deprecated this moving forward?
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ashleyk
ashleyk6mo ago
Warning: Identity file /Users/justin/.ssh/id_ed25519 not accessible: No such file or directory.
Warning: Identity file /Users/justin/.ssh/id_ed25519 not accessible: No such file or directory.
This means your private key can't be found on your Mac, not a RunPod issue.
justin
justin6mo ago
Interesting huh. Ill try again 🤔 on monday then, i could do it with gpu pod so i just assumed, good to know tho~ guess the http part is just not possible now tho 😦 prob dont let us control the ports on those anymore
ashleyk
ashleyk6mo ago
I never use http ports in serverless so wouldn't know about that... your SSH private key can't work in GPU cloud either, the private key is the same regardless of GPU cloud or serverless so maybe you're using a different key for GPU cloud or something.
justin
justin6mo ago
Hm. I guess I just copy whatever the Runpod connect option said, Ill take a closer look, thanks! AH! Thank you @ashleyk I think ik why actually when checking my env variables.. It's cause for GPU Pod Runpod injects the Public Key env variable automatically into GPU Pods when you start up; but don't do it for Serverless functions. ;D; so as you said, i was trying to connect with ssh when the serverless function has zero clue what keys looking for I was just dumb for never questioning why GPU Pods were able to get my public keys but serverless wasn't cause i didn't check properly 👁️
ashleyk
ashleyk6mo ago
Doesn't explain why it couldn't find your private key on your local machine though.