[GE users] Problem with host authenticity

jewellc chris.jewell at warwick.ac.uk
Sat Feb 28 21:05:12 GMT 2009


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rayson wrote:
> Does ssh (without using SGE) work??

Yes, absolutely fine.  I've just realised that this is a duplicate of another thread,
though: [GE users] SSH and host keys.

Thanks anyway,

Chris


> 
> On 2/28/09, jewellc <chris.jewell at warwick.ac.uk> wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> I'm having a problem with using the "qlogin_wrapper" ssh replacement for qlogin in GE
> 6.2 (standard file as shown in the 6.1 doc).  I should say that I want to use ssh
> because of its X-forwarding capabilities.  I find that *every* time a user runs
> 'qlogin', the host authentication fails and they are asked "Are you sure you want to
> continue connecting (yes/no)" - not just the first time they log into a particular
> node.  This is a problem as if the user says "yes", then a host key is written to their
> known_hosts file which just gets bigger and bigger.
> 
> Is there any way to get rid of this problem, whilst retaining ssh capability?
> 
> Thanks,
> 
> Chris
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