Re: SSH V.5.1 with Cygwin1.dll 1.7.0(0.189/5/3) 2008-12-09: Very large logon times...
Mon Dec 15 14:50:00 GMT 2008
"large" logon time means 45 - 66 secs during public key authentication
from viewing the banner text until an simple command has been excuted
(e.g. "uname -a"). Password authentication works faster (about 20 sec),
but much slower than with cygwin v.1.7.0 2008-06-18 (about 2 sec for
password and public key authentication).
We actually use cyglsa.dll because we need real user switching with public
Because of the "large logon time" problems we use the version of
2008-06-18 and not the newer ones.
I noticed also, that the accesses to the pipes did not appear in the
cygwin versions before 2008-06-18. Anything seems to be changed after this
Thanks for your help and best regards
email@example.com schrieb am 15.12.2008 14:50:47:
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> Re: SSH V.5.1 with Cygwin1.dll 1.7.0(0.189/5/3) 2008-12-09: Very
> large logon times...
> Corinna Vinschen
> 15.12.2008 14:48
> Gesendet von:
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> On Dec 15 12:11, Carsten.Porzler@spb.de wrote:
> > Dear SSH-Users/-developers,
> > I'm just testing the OpenSSH V.5.1 on Cygwin1.dll V.1.7.0(0.189/5/3)
> > 2008-12-09.
> > Unfortunately I have very large logon times (time from entering the
> > password until the prompt of the shell appears). The same behaviour
> > appears during public key authentification, too.
> How does that look like? What's "long"?
> > On the same systems all elder builds until 2008/06/18 (inclusive) of
> > cygwin1.dll with the OpenSSH V.4.6/5.1 work fine. After 2008/06/18 the
> > file "cyglsa.dll" change its size rougly (from 4kb to 8kb).
> The change in size is normal. Are you actually using cyglsa.dll?
> > On the SSH-Server system: I can see a lot of access to pipes called
> > "<domaincontroller>\PIPE\samr", "<domaincontroller>\PIPE\lsarpc".
> This doesn't occur in Cygwin, it's part of how the LSA works.
> Corinna Vinschen Please, send mails regarding Cygwin to
> Cygwin Project Co-Leader cygwin AT cygwin DOT com
> Red Hat
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