I'm having problems logging into instances created by whirr.
doing an euca-describe-instances on the local cloud gives:
RESERVATION r-rhjoa2jk admin default
INSTANCE i-00000002 ami-59aa5f14 10.0.86.4 10.0.86.4 running test (admin, nova) 0 m1.tiny 2011-09-04T01:55:51Z nova
RESERVATION r-say9iqm0 admin default
INSTANCE i-00000001 ami-59aa5f14 10.0.86.3 10.0.86.3 running None (admin, nova) 0 m1.tiny 2011-09-04T01:19:21Z nova
where the *.86.3 instance was created by whirr and the *.86.4 was created manually (euca-run-instances) notice the lack of keypair in the instance launched by whirr.
Is this supposed to happen?
I had provided a keypair and pointed ClusterSpec to it (in order not to use temporary keys and be able to log into instances).
Am I doing something wrong, I mean if I manually do an euca-add-keypair and then launch an instance based on that keypair I'm able to get a workable instance, which seem to point to the local-cloud thing being feasible (although still not sure useful)?