Plex and Emby updated yet again
Yup they updated both again.
I have no idea how jails are going to be kept updated at the pace they are updating now.
Between the server updates and the client updates they can become majorly out of sync with in a month's time.
#4 Updated by Joshua Ruehlig almost 3 years ago
im not sure who is managing the server that is pulling plugins from my local repo. but i noticed it hasn't been pulling updated PBIs lately. i see in my log an SSH connection is being closed, but i dont see the usual 'public key accepted' line.
i can give more details shortly.
#5 Updated by Joshua Ruehlig almost 3 years ago
I am not sure who is managing the server that is pulling plugins from my local repo, but I noticed it has not been pulling updated PBIs lately. I see in my log when it was last working on October 17 the following...
Oct 17 04:57:24 192.168.2.11 sshd: Accepted publickey for ixsystems from 188.8.131.52 port 16669 ssh2: DSA SHA256:Vhxa2mp7qvvkVor8BfBwQkX0dY6pxPJI7GYSfs4Hwvs Oct 17 04:57:25 192.168.2.11 sshd: Received disconnect from 184.108.40.206 port 16669:11: disconnected by user Oct 17 04:57:25 192.168.2.11 sshd: Disconnected from 220.127.116.11 port 16669
But since then, this is all I am getting...
Oct 31 04:16:07 192.168.2.11 sshd: Connection closed by 18.104.22.168 port 62339 [preauth]
I have enabled debug logging for SSHd so I'll post more details shortly.
#7 Updated by Joshua Ruehlig almost 3 years ago
I got a new line since enabling debug logging
Nov 1 04:49:14 192.168.2.11 sshd: Connection from 22.214.171.124 port 15628 on 192.168.2.11 port 22 Nov 1 04:49:15 192.168.2.11 sshd: Failed publickey for ixsystems from 126.96.36.199 port 15628 ssh2: RSA SHA256:nip/gTat2vl0Vdo76cz7+9cov7/cu/jzRbn6wNDBQ3g Nov 1 04:49:15 192.168.2.11 sshd: Connection closed by 188.8.131.52 port 15628 [preauth]
Did the iX server update keys? if so can I get a copy of the public key. thanks
#9 Updated by Kris Moore almost 3 years ago
- Assignee changed from Kris Moore to Joshua Ruehlig
Josh, I did a manual sync here, we are trying to move away from DSA -> RSA keys. Here is the new pub key for that system. Once you've got it in place, let me know and I'll test it here again.
ssh-rsa AAAAB3NzaC1yc2EAAAADAQABAAABAQCteytq1tSXPF0L7C8gxpU/f72/oYKUbDh6G6l6qoL73e99ctwTLS3repf2ntn+5DZxVbT5ObUFWxZARKun5k/qtVScRRSNpW77Ksb3TBpUarDGd+knp6/1p4kFkNnCYMgUJH2aBtQ7rk5gK0KL/JEI8G1Xl8BoxIAMy9cbsmL6rBhmxksNuJSdKr3/N9qbtPc5eV/rFePS4FY1m8HPuzwzt0DQ1u7x5fN5jwjPHm+vqDUbuAwgwpDlDub7LRSUyHSdlFDTBWomz/jaWvqjXBckhUcyDkSyE3/RQIaQH9fOiBp9cWMvXlcFT0xUXUmM3YZIh3ADDG5G2M9TCohIPqvp firstname.lastname@example.org