sshd authentication question

Corinna Vinschen
Thu Mar 18 19:34:00 GMT 2004

On Mar 15 09:50, Matt Berney wrote:
> Over time, we continue to experience intermittent sshd authentication problems in our environment.  Every so often (~ 1.5% of the time, but enough to cause our automated tests to fail), admin privileges are not granted.  Perhaps there is some setting in the /etc/sshd_config file that we need to change.  
> [...]
> #!/bin/bash
> USER=$1
> HOST=$2
> while [ true ] ; do
>   echo -e "\n *** $USER on $HOST *** \n"
>   ssh ${USER}@${HOST} id
>   sleep 10
> done

I tried the above loop several thousand times now.  I'm not able to
reproduce the effect.  I'm getting always admin privs.  It would
perhaps help to get an strace of a failing sshd.


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