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I am using FULL installation - nevertheless my ~/.ssh/authorized keys file is deleted on every reboot

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I am using FULL installation - nevertheless my ~/.ssh/authorized keys file is deleted on every reboot

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Post by fallen2109 » 08 Jun 2019 21:54

Today I migrated from XigmaNAS 11 to the new 12 version.

However - I discovered that my ~/.ssh/authorized_keys file is deleted on every reboot and replaced by an empty file containitng one string "# created by raki" .

Can you please help ? I am using key generated by Putty and it worked flawlessly in the past 2 years on v10 and v11. I am confident that I have a FULL installation.
What am I doing wrong ?!?
11.0.0.4 - Sayyadina (revision 3330)
x64-full on Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU L5640 @ 2.27GHz (Dual CPU)
Supermicro X8DT3, 48 GB Ram

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Re: I am using FULL installation - nevertheless my ~/.ssh/authorized keys file is deleted on every reboot

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Post by ms49434 » 08 Jun 2019 22:58

fallen2109 wrote:
08 Jun 2019 21:54
Today I migrated from XigmaNAS 11 to the new 12 version.

However - I discovered that my ~/.ssh/authorized_keys file is deleted on every reboot and replaced by an empty file containitng one string "# created by raki" .

Can you please help ? I am using key generated by Putty and it worked flawlessly in the past 2 years on v10 and v11. I am confident that I have a FULL installation.
What am I doing wrong ?!?
We have added some basic public key management.
Please goto Access > Users & Groups > Public Keys and add records for your users and their public keys (You can also add public keys for root).
1) XigmaNAS 12.0.0.4 amd64-embedded on a Dell T20 running in a VM on ESXi 6.7U2, 22GB out of 32GB ECC RAM, LSI 9300-8i IT mode in passthrough mode. Pool 1: 2x HGST 10TB, mirrored, SLOG: Samsung 850 Pro, L2ARC: Samsung 850 Pro, Pool 2: 1x Samsung 860 EVO 1TB , services: Samba AD, CIFS/SMB, ftp, ctld, rsync, syncthing, zfs snapshots.
2) XigmaNAS 12.0.0.4 amd64-embedded on a Dell T20 running in a VM on ESXi 6.7U2, 8GB out of 32GB ECC RAM, IBM M1215 crossflashed, IT mode, passthrough mode, 2x HGST 10TB , services: rsync.

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Re: I am using FULL installation - nevertheless my ~/.ssh/authorized keys file is deleted on every reboot

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Post by fallen2109 » 09 Jun 2019 14:32

ms49434 wrote:
08 Jun 2019 22:58
fallen2109 wrote:
08 Jun 2019 21:54
Today I migrated from XigmaNAS 11 to the new 12 version.

However - I discovered that my ~/.ssh/authorized_keys file is deleted on every reboot and replaced by an empty file containitng one string "# created by raki" .

Can you please help ? I am using key generated by Putty and it worked flawlessly in the past 2 years on v10 and v11. I am confident that I have a FULL installation.
What am I doing wrong ?!?
We have added some basic public key management.
Please goto Access > Users & Groups > Public Keys and add records for your users and their public keys (You can also add public keys for root).
Thanks for the information! I have pasted my key there (Puttygen generated ) and it works flawlessly from now on. Thank you again.
11.0.0.4 - Sayyadina (revision 3330)
x64-full on Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU L5640 @ 2.27GHz (Dual CPU)
Supermicro X8DT3, 48 GB Ram

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