Linux user expiry

Hi,

Where do we get credentials to login to the target machines.

from here
https://kodekloudhub.github.io/kodekloud-engineer/docs/projects/nautilus

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Hi
I do not understand “set expiry date to … for Stratos datacenter”… it means all servers of the datacenter?
Thanks

share question screenshot here or copy it.

Which are the app servers? stapp01, 02 and 03?

I created the user in the 3 server with the mentionated expiration date and it marked it as wrong

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in task i think talking about a/c expiry not password expiry

@Inderpreet
although I am hopeless that you will help and disappointed to be honest, but I will still report this since this is an issue in your system:

  • regarding Linux User Expiry tasks, did the task and submitted in minute 57:20sh second
    I failed because I put a wrong date instead of 2021, I put 2020. my bad. then I still had five minutes to redo if I can, here is what I did:
    1- deleted the created user with wrong expiry date by running this command:
    userdel -r kirsty
    2- re- created user kirsty with the correct expiry date in minute 52:00 before 5 minutes expired with the command below:
    useradd -e 2021-04-15 kirsty

re-confirm the task and still showing failed. I love Kodecloud, but these minor things discourage one to continue!

did anyone get the answer for this?
same issue saying to create the user in server3 and set expiry to data center i dont understand kindly anybody help me.
kindly help me with the steps also.

Thanks in Advance
@player001 @lbois @Johand @nashwan

Datacenter is a project name. Where all this scenario setup.

Now where should I do set the expriy date in server3 only right?
Kindly help
Useradd -e 2021-03-28 James.
This is to be done right?
@player001
Thanks in advance

@karthikms yes should only be server three, but if you replay your task, you might get the question ask you to do it in appserver-1 or appserver-2 just.

Yeah you are correct and after that verify chage -l user-name.

Thanks completed the task successfully .
@player001 @nashwan

I have performed the given task then to its failed …!!!

Looks like your user name should have been in lowercase. ammar instead of Ammar

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It’s just a two line solution. My user was mark. Check user from question

I have completed the task. but in my tasks, its showing failed in my tasks page.
my userid- ravirathnam

Task Successful.

[steve@stapp02 ~]$ sudo useradd jim
[steve@stapp02 ~]$sudo chage -E 2021-02-17 jim
[steve@stapp02 ~]$sudo chage -l jim
Last password change : Aug 08, 2020
Password expires : never
Password inactive : never
Account expires : Feb 17, 2021
Minimum number of days between password change : 0
Maximum number of days between password change : 99999
Number of days of warning before password expires : 7

All the best!!