Have you ever had issues trying to port-forward ssh connection to your device? Did you have to set up the connection again when device reboots? This tool might be for you. This tool tries to keep ssh connections to devices alive. Useful when your chroot does not have complicated set up available outside of your chroot, and your DUT is not available directly via ssh.
$ go run sshwatcher.go host port host port host port
to keep ssh connection to host with local port forwarded to port 22.
go run sshwatcher.go cheeps 2226 eve 2227 kukui 2228 rammus 2229
Your ssh config needs to be set up such that interactive password input is not always required. For DUTs this means use of testing_rsa key. See https://chromium.googlesource.com/chromiumos/docs/+/HEAD/tips-and-tricks.md#how-to-avoid-typing-test0000-or-any-password-on-ssh_ing-to-your-device
Outside of your chroot you will be using a
host your-dut-name HostName [your complex config comes here] ProxyCommand [your extra complex config comes here] ControlMaster auto ControlPersist 3600 ControlPath /tmp/ssh-%r@%h:%p ServerAliveCountMax 10 ServerAliveInterval 1 VerifyHostKeyDNS no CheckHostIP no UserKnownHostsFile /dev/null Compression yes IdentityFile ~/.ssh/testing_rsa
Inside of your chroot you will be using:
(chroot)$ ssh localhost -p xxxx # to ssh connection. (chroot)$ adb connect localhost:xxxx # to Chrome OS Android instance. (chroot)$ tast run localhost:xxxx arc.Boot # run a tast test
.ssh/config entry such as below might be helpful to use from inside the chroot:
host your-dut-name.local HostName 127.0.0.1 Port xxxx