Re: passwordless ssh between machines



debug1: Remote: Accepted by .shosts.
debug1: Remote: Accepted host node01.cluster ip 192.168.100.11 client_user
root server_user root
debug1: Authentication succeeded (hostbased).

On the old nodes, see the if home directories of users have a
".shosts" file. Looks like that file also needs to be copied.

About shosts:
http://www.brandonhutchinson.com/Using_shosts_with_OpenSSH.html

You may also whant to add this file to /etc/skel/ (or equivalent), so
that new users get the file too.

Alex


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