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slow ssh response time 2011-04-12
Michael Sioutis (papito dit gmail com)
Hello!!

I have a slow ssh response time and I don't know what is causing it.
I'm providing you with some information and kindly requesting
your help.

***System***
Linux Ubuntu 10.04.2 LTS 2.6.32-30-generic #59-Ubuntu SMP Tue Mar 1
21:30:46 UTC 2011 x86_64 GNU/Linux

***OpenSSH version***
OpenSSH_

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Do Compression and CompressionLevel apply to Dynamic port forwardings (socks5) ? 2011-04-06
muellejo aschendorff de
Hello,

Version: OpenSSH_5.3p1 Debian-3ubuntu6, OpenSSL 0.9.8k 25 Mar 2009

I would like to use socks5 with compression on a slow WAN line.
I use this command : ssh -p 51001 -C -o "CompressionLevel 9" -g -D <ip-of-this-machine>:51001 root@<remote-machine>

Generally this works but I notice there is

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ssh ServerAlive probes 2011-04-05
Don Tucker (dtucker arlut utexas edu) (2 replies)
Hello,

I am working on an application that needs to be able to rapidly detect a
lost connection between an ssh client and ssh server. I am using ssh to
do local and remote port forwarding, and sending data across the
forwarded ports. I was originally relying upon the TCPKeepAlive probes,
but

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Re: ssh ServerAlive probes 2011-04-06
Christian Grunfeld (christian grunfeld gmail com)
Re: ssh ServerAlive probes 2011-04-06
Milind Wakale (milindwakale gmail com)
a GOOD idea to harden OpenSSH! 2011-03-30
nagygabor88 (nagygabor88 zoho com) (3 replies)
I'm writing here, because the ssh dev list says:

Mail Delivery Status Notification (Delay)
[Status: Error, Address: <openssh-unix-dev (at) mindrot (dot) org [email concealed]>, ResponseCode 451, Temporary failure, please try again later.]

So:

What is you're opinion about the next idea? Please write down ++/-- thoughts:

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RE: a GOOD idea to harden OpenSSH! 2011-03-31
Ward, Jon (Jon_Ward syntelinc com) (1 replies)
Re: a GOOD idea to harden OpenSSH! 2011-04-02
Eric Jaw (naisanza gmail com)
Re: a GOOD idea to harden OpenSSH! 2011-03-31
Joseph Spenner (joseph85750 yahoo com) (1 replies)
Re: a GOOD idea to harden OpenSSH! 2011-04-03
Lamont Granquist (lamont scriptkiddie org) (1 replies)
Re: a GOOD idea to harden OpenSSH! 2011-04-06
Mike Ramirez (gufymike gmail com)
Re: a GOOD idea to harden OpenSSH! 2011-03-31
Christian Grunfeld (christian grunfeld gmail com) (1 replies)
Re: a GOOD idea to harden OpenSSH! 2011-04-02
Aaron Toponce (aaron toponce gmail com)
Re: external storage of public keys and users 2011-03-29
Stanis³aw Pitucha (viraptor gmail com) (1 replies)
2011/3/29 Thompson, Jimi <JimiT (at) mail.cox.smu (dot) edu [email concealed]>:
> What about using ldap?

Is there a way to do that without a patched SSH? (I mean the public
keys part) I know about LPK patches and lpkfuse, but maybe you had
something else in mind?

--
KTHXBYE,

StanisÅ?aw Pitucha

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Re: external storage of public keys and users 2011-03-31
Petr Cerny (pcerny suse cz) (1 replies)
Re: external storage of public keys and users 2011-03-31
Stanis³aw Pitucha (viraptor gmail com)
Privilege separation user sshd does not exist woes 2011-03-29
maillists0 gmail com
I have a bunch of CentOS 5.x boxes where ssh will occasionally become
non-responsive with the message "fatal: Privilege separation user sshd
does not exist". But the local user does of course exist. If I login
from the console and restart sshd, it comes back just fine.

If it provides a clue, the bo

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external storage of public keys and users 2011-03-28
Stanis³aw Pitucha (viraptor gmail com) (1 replies)
Hi all,

I'm looking for a way to allow a lot of users / public keys to be used
on a server via sshd and I'd like to manage them easily in some
repository (many such hosts would need access to it). I'd like to do
that without sshd modifications like lpk. The data store already
exists and cannot be c

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Re: external storage of public keys and users 2011-03-29
Kushal Kumaran (kushal kumaran gmail com) (1 replies)
Re: external storage of public keys and users 2011-03-29
Stanis³aw Pitucha (viraptor gmail com)
High latency when port-forwarding postgresql (for statements which don't return data) 2011-03-22
Clemens Eisserer (linuxhippy gmail com) (1 replies)
Hi,

I experience a very strange problem, when using the jdbc driver with
ssh's local port forwarding:
ssh -v -L 4321:dbserver:5432 user@dbserver

SELECT statements show about the same latency as without
port-forwarding (and even decreased latency when compression is
enabled), but sometimes UPDATE/D

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Privacy, Security, Trust (PST 2011) - 2nd Call for Papers (Deadline: March 20) 2011-03-12
Serguei A. Mokhov (mokhov cs concordia ca)
[ Apologies if you receive multiple copies of this announcement. Please
pass it on to your colleagues and students who might be interested in
contributing. ]

Ninth Annual Conference on Privacy, Security and Trust
------------------------------------------------------

July 19-21, 2011
Montreal,

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load balancing ssh 2011-03-11
Leo Schubert (ls 4js com) (1 replies)
Hi,
any suggestions/pointers what are the best practices in load balancing ssh ?
I googled quite heavy for it and found a lot of general purpose load balancer systems/software
(LVS, balance(NG) , HAProxy) but didn't get too much information how to apply it to ssh.
Im especially interested in the sec

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Re: load balancing ssh 2011-03-13
tech (tech gillioz com)
Maintaining file permissions with sftp 2011-03-11
Roberto (mrgreiner gmail com) (1 replies)
Hi,

when making a sftp file transfer, overwriting an existing file, is there
any way to preserve the permissions of the file? So, if the file had
permissions like 664, to preserve them instead of overwriting them with
any other permission.

Thank you,

Roberto

PS: System setup: server is runnin

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Re: Maintaining file permissions with sftp 2011-03-11
Silvers, Timothy (tsilver indiana edu)
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