Re: Problems with rsync over ssh

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On Thursday 30 March 2006 14:43, Les Mikesell wrote:
> If your ssh key has a passphrase, the only reason it works
> manually is that you have entered that passphrase
> previously and ssh-agent remembers it for you within
> that session.  The cron job has no connection to that
> session and the agent wouldn't provide the passphrase
> even if it could.   If you want it to run without entering
> the passphrase, make keys with an empty passphrase.
I see.  Questions, then -

As this LAN is behind a hardware firewall, it's probably reasonably safe, but 
what risk is there?

I presume that I will have to remove the keys presently installed?


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