You can specify the keys used by any user by adding entries to the ~/.ssh/config file. If it doesn't exist, create it and hack away. That will satisfy ssh, which in turn will satisfy the internals as to how the oo-installer is using ssh bindings to do its lookup and yaml file entries based on the discovery it does during the user input phase.
Host server1.yourdomain.net IdentityFile ~/somedir/sillylocation/.ssh/id_dsa Host server2.yourdomain.net IdentityFile /somedir/blah/home/.ssh/id_rsaPS: you can also gen keys, and it doesn't matter if you use CentOS or RHEL. If you all make a habit of storing keys in /etc/ (WHY?) then you'll have the same issue each time. Reach out to your CM and ask them to consider using standardized keyfile storage for both security, and obfuscation reasons.
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Date: Thu, 4 Sep 2014 16:04:36 +0200
Subject: Re: oo-install and ssh
From: gael therond gmail com
To: raul laansoo bigbank ee
CC: users lists openshift redhat com
Hi Raul, Yes, usually those IDs are generated by the system on startup but with default config, the server just generate the host_rsa_keys which are as usable as the specific one generated by the root user.
I could try generating id_rsa keys for test purpose on this topic, but it would not be a suitable solution on our next production system based on RHEL instead of CentOS because of some internal nuts process and requirements.
2014-09-04 15:59 GMT+02:00 Raul Laansoo <raul laansoo bigbank ee>:
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