getting rid of "permission denied" partial transfer errors
jim at jrssystems.net
Wed Dec 24 03:46:07 EST 2003
> Or he could use SSH2 keys and an authorized_keys2 file,
Waxing pedantic, that really ought to be and/or. SSH2 keys are great as
an added layer of security to apply some paranoia as to *what* box is
calling the script, no matter what user account you're using to log in with.
> allow root on forced-command-only. This would prevent root logins, but
> allow a single box (or boxes) to rsync in and have read-only access to a
> specific share. Or you could create a passwordless uid 0 user
> specifically for this purpose. If you were really paranoid, the
Eek. I would personally be more nervous about stray uid 0 accounts
floating around or direct root logins enabled (forced-command or no)
than about using sudo to call a script.
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