Chef Workstation logs are stored in
Follow the steps provided under Uninstalling.
We recommend developing the habit of restarting Chef Workstation Powershell after adding certificates to the
trusted_certs directory on Windows machines.
Sometimes certificate-related commands such as
knife ssl check don’t return the expected results after adding a certificate with
knife ssh fetch. If this happens:
- Exit the Chef Workstation Powershell.
- Select the Chef Workstation Powershell icon to restart.
- Retry the command.
CHEFINT001 An remote error has occurred: Your SSH Agent has no keys added, and you have not specified a password or a key file.
This error now appears as CHEFTRN007. If you’re running an older version of chef-run it will appear as CHEFINT001 with the message above. Follow the steps detailed under CHEFTRN007 below to resolve.
No authentication methods available
This error occurs when there are no available ssh authentication methods to provide to the server.
chef-run requires a password, a key file, or a
.ssh/config host entry containing a KeyFile.
Information about each option is below.
--password to provide the password required to authenticate to the host:
chef-run --password $PASSWORD myhost.example.com --password
Alternatively, explicitly provide an identity file using ‘–identity-file’:
chef-run --identity-file /path/to/your/ssh/key
## ensure ssh-agent is running. This may report it is already started: $ ssh-agent ## Add your key file(s): $ ssh-add Identity added: /home/timmy/.ssh/id_rsa (/home/timmy/.ssh/id_rsa)
Add an entry for this host to your .ssh/config:
host example.com IdentityFile /path/to/valid/key
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