SSHd, host keys and an active/passive cluster
From: Jason Price (jprice_at_cyberbuzz.gatech.edu)
Date: Wed, 2 Jul 2003 15:42:04 -0400 To: email@example.com
I'm working on configuring ssh on several new clusters for work. Idealy,
I'd like to have host keys for a specific IP address. Each host will have
it's own IP (host-sf1 and host-sf2), and a 'floating' IP that will be
on the current active host.
Users will (generally) connect to the DNS entry for that floating IP.
Admins and DBA's will need to be able to access each node as needed though.
I'd like to set up a host key for each of the -sf1 and -sf2, and a third
key for the floater. Both hosts would have that key resident, and would
activate it when it became the cluster master.
key1 to IP-sf1
key2 to IP-sf2
key3 on both, but only utilized for connections on floating IP.
Is such even possible?
Is there a better way?
PS: even if -sf2 is the master, and someone connects to the specific -sf2 IP
address, it should still work, and not bark about a changed host key.