Wikitech username: conniecc1
preferred shell username: cchen
developer access username / Instance shell account name in preferences: cchen
Full name: Connie Chen
REQUEST: I will need access to machines [stat1004, stat1007, stat1006, notebook1003 and notebook1004] and to be added to these groups: analytics-wmde, analytics-privatedata-users, and researchers
REASONING: New data analyst start from 7/17 for product analytics team. Need access for data source and notebooks.
VERIFICATION: verified by my manager @kzimmerman
ssh-ed25519 AAAAC3NzaC1lZDI1NTE5AAAAIKGn8ICH7EqpRV1ADQ9xBZki5AzMlMAbvpGv/3becvam cchen@Connies-MacBook-Pro.local
SRE Clinic Duty Checklist for New Shell Access Requests
Most requirements are outlined on https://wikitech.wikimedia.org/wiki/Requesting_shell_access
This checklist should be used on all access requests to ensure that all steps are covered. This includes expansion to access. Please do not check off items on the list below unless you are in Ops and have confirmed the step.
- - User has signed the L3 Acknowledgement of Wikimedia Server Access Responsibilities Document.
- - User has a valid NDA on file with WMF legal. (This can be checked by Operations via the NDA tracking sheet & is included in all WMF Staff/Contractor hiring.)
- - User has provided the following: wikitech username, preferred shell username, email address, and full reasoning for access (including what commands and/or tasks they expect to perform.
- - User has provided a public SSH key. This ssh key pair should only be used for WMF cluster access, and not share with any other service (this includes not sharing with WMCS access, no shared keys.)
- - access request (or expansion) has sign off of WMF sponsor/manager (sponser for volunteers, manager for wmf staff)
- - 3 business day wait must pass with no objections being noted on the task
- - both sudo and non sudo group additions are approved by the manager/team that handles that service group. - pending approval from @Nuria
- - Patchset for access request - https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/r/525578