Configuration file for openshift
Search order (on a per variable basis):
1) ~/.openshift/express.conf (Created on first usage of rhc client tools and can be customized per system user)
2) /etc/openshift/express.conf (RPM install path)
3) <ruby_gem_dir>/gems/rhc-<version>/conf/express.conf (RubyGem install path)
express.conf contains the following configuration params:
libra_server The server the rhc client tools communicate with i.e. https://openshift.redhat.com
ssh_key_file The name of the rsa key file used with your OpenShift applications. File should exist under ~/.ssh along with corresponding <ssh_key_file>.pub (Can also be specified as a full path). The defaults if not specified are libra_id_rsa followed by id_rsa. Ex: libra_id_rsa Note: If you set this value after creating your domain you'll need to run rhc-create-domain -l <rhlogin> -n <namespace> --alter to update the corresponding key in OpenShift. You'll also want to modify the value of IdentityFile in your ~/.ssh/config file for the *.rhcloud.com host.
debug Boolean indicating whether debug should always be enabled for the rhc client tools.
timeout Number of seconds before remote operations will timeout.
default_rhlogin The default rhc client tools rhlogin. Used as the default when the -l argument is not passed to each of the client tools.
The RubyGem system wide configuration file.
The system wide configuration file.
Per user configuration file.
SSH Config file is altered automatically to create support for newly created OpenShift hosts. Should be harmless. See ssh_config(5) for more information.
SSH key created by rhc-create-domain to interact with OpenShift services see ssh-keygen(1) for more information
Please contact the Red Hat OpenShift team. Forums: https://openshift.redhat.com/community/forums/openshift IRC: #openshift on irc.freenode.net
rhc-create-domain(1), rhc-ctl-app(1), rhc-snapshot(1), rhc-user-info(1), rhc-tail-files(1), rhc-create-app(1), rhc-port-forward(1)