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I just experienced the same problem and was able to fix it. This is going to sound stupid, but it stop the instance and start it again on the instance page. and the google cloud ssh window works again.' No access from console SSH, it's completely google managed and they should have the free answer as it's a problem on their side instead of dumping to ...


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Turns out google's invocation of scp was omitting the correct username. Solution I successfully uploaded by doing /usr/bin/scp -P 6000 -i /Users/me/.ssh/google_compute_engine -o \ StrictHostKeyChecking=no ~/Sites/my-app/bigfile \ cj@35.185.184.136:~/big_file How to figure this out I was able to discover this using the --verbosity debug flag # ...


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As you mention this is a limitation in Cloud Shell itself and it's depicted in the documentation, as such, it won't be possible for you to recover the information you had on the disk if you missed the deletion date. For future cases, I would suggest you save your information towards Cloud Storage or use a normal GCE instance in case you prefer working ...


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for a direct How-To: https://cloud.google.com/load-balancing/docs/https/ext-http-lb-simple It is generally recommended to understand the various concepts of loadbalancers in GCP. Overview: https://cloud.google.com/load-balancing/docs/https


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To have an open picture about that, an HTTP(S) load balancer has 3 parts: Backend configuration: A backend service directs incoming traffic to an instance group. You can also use a storage bucket to serve content. Host and path rules: Host and path rules determine how your traffic will be directed. If you don't specify any rules, traffic will be sent to the ...


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Bastion hosts provide an external facing point of entry into a network containing private network instances, as illustrated in the following diagram. This host can provide a single point of fortification or audit and can be started and stopped to enable or disable inbound SSH.


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You can use the keyboard layout support in order to be able to use special characters, and as you mention, the fact that you are using AZERTY is what most likely is causing a conflict between th keyboards. Nevertheless, there is no way to completely change the layout of your keyboard in the Cloud Shell, but you can open a Feature Request under the 'Create ...


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Did you check the official guide on how to push/pull? Why are you trying to login? weren't you trying to push the image? for example, if you are trying to push a nginx, the commands will be something like this: $ gcloud auth configure-docker activate-service-account --key-file <path_to_json_file> $ docker tag simple-nginx eu.gcr.io/PROJECT_ID/...


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This should be fixed in the latest version of gcloud, which you can get by runnign gcloud components update. Thanks for trying the alpha!


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