[Beowulf] ssh connection passwordless

Francesco Pietra chiendarret at gmail.com
Sun Mar 29 04:25:30 EDT 2009


I got everything working fine - like in the past - along a more
pedestrian cross copying the authorized keys. Then, slogin put the
other machines on known_hosts. Next slogin occurs without password.
Also (which is mandatory to run parallel a special computational code)
issuing on the server itself

slogin servername

places itself on known_hosts. Then, issuing

ssh servername date

gives the date without requesting the password. That is, this is an
ssh to the same machine from which it is commanded and it works
because the machine knows itself.

I am no system expert, just need to have the machine running the
codes; I have not much investigated why I was unable to send the keys.
Maybe that above is inelegant. I know that other users solved the
issue of getting the date that way with keychain. For me it was easier
as above.

The permissions on the desktop required changes to get the security
status you suggested.

regards
francesco

On Wed, Mar 25, 2009 at 5:21 AM, Ashish Zankar <ashishzankar at gmail.com> wrote:
> In addition to the above steps follow these steps:-
>
> 1) check the permission for users home directory it should 755 i.e. group
> and others should     not have write permission on the users home directory.
> 2) check the permission on .ssh directory in the users home directory.
>    it should like this    drwx------   2 tjx864   scs    4096 Jan 28 14:33
> .ssh/
> 3) check the permission of the authorized keys file in .ssh directory of
> the users home       directory.
>    it should be like this -rw-------   1 user_id   group  793 Jan 28 14:35
> authorized_keys
>    and also               -rw-------   1 user_id   group    1675 Jan 28
> 14:34 id_rsa
> Please let me know if the above solution has helped you or not.
> Thanks & Regards,
> Ashish Zankar
> Bangalore.
> On Thu, Mar 19, 2009 at 2:52 PM, Francesco Pietra <chiendarret at gmail.com>
> wrote:
>>
>> HI:
>>
>> I have a computing machine and a desktop ssh passwordless
>> interconnected through a Zyxel router (which is dhpc on Internet). I
>> have now added a second computing machine. I am unable to get all
>> three machines passwordless interconnected at the same time. Just only
>> two. If I want to have the third computer passwordless connected to
>> one of the other two, I have to exchange id_rsa.pub between the two
>> again. Mistake or intrinsic feature of ssh?
>>
>> What I did:
>>
>> (1)generating  the keys with "ssh-keygen -t rsa"
>>
>> (2) getting "reserved" the machines on the router
>>
>> (3)scp id_rsa.pub to the "authorized_keys"
>>
>> It is also mandatory that asking the "date" to the other computer
>> (slogin ... date), the date is given without asking the password. That
>> is an issue of a computational code that for its internal
>> parallelization needs that (I have not investigated why).
>>
>> thanks
>>
>> francesco
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> Ashish Zankar
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