SSH is actually a suite of three utilities - slogin, ssh, and scp - that are secure versions of the earlier UNIX utilities, rlogin, rsh, and rcp. SSH commands are encrypted and secure in several ways. In short, SSH allows you to connect to your server securely to perform Linux command-line operations. To get started, please visit your Server Guide in the Account Center , and make sure you have the following information ready:. You will need to set your root password in the Account Center the first time you connect to your server. For security reasons, your Grid comes with SSH access disabled by default.
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In the remote server configuration, a server runs on another computer a remote host. To configure access to the server in this setup, you need to specify the following:. The server configuration root folder and the URL address to access it. Correspondence between the project root folder , the folder on the server to copy the data from the project root folder to, and the URL address to access the copied data on the server. This correspondence is called mapping. Open the Deployment page by doing one of the following:. From the main menu, select Tools Deployment Configuration. The left-hand pane of the Connection tab, that opens, lists all the existing server configurations. Click and select the server configuration type depending on the protocol you are going to use to exchange the data with the server.
Zone 1 provides information on the status of the connection, transfers, connection errors, etc. Generally the information is not important. Zone 4 list the directory that you open on your computer, including the name, size, type and modification date of the files.