This article is for our legacy version, discontinued in 2017 and incompatible with new machines.
Please use the latest setup instructions if you've recently received a machine.
This is a resource for existing operators still on the old generation platform.
Should you need to unpair your machine from its current server/admin, log into your server's command line.
If you have only one machine connected to the server, to unpair run:
If you have two or more machines, you'll need to include the fingerprint when unpairing. List the fingerprints of currently paired machines run:
Then, unpair the the specific machine using its fingerprint. Example:
If you don't know which fingerprint is assigned to which machine, you can discover which one it is by collecting the fingerprints polling the server, then turning off the one you intend to unpair, and collecting them again. Run:
restart lamassu-server LAMASSU_ENV=debug npm -g install bunyan tail -50 /var/log/upstart/lamassu-server.log | bunyan
Note the 'poll requests' and fingerprints contained in the log. Then turn off the machine, wait 10 minutes and run the last 'tail' command again. The fingerprint you don't see in the second set of logs should be the one which you want to unpair.
If the server the machine was paired to no longer exists, connect the machine to internet and contact firstname.lastname@example.org.