[CentOS] Re: securing rsync over ssh
mike at microdel.org
Tue Jul 29 18:43:09 UTC 2008
On Tue, 29 Jul 2008, Kai Schaetzl wrote:
> I want to secure some remote rsyncs over ssh by using the command= option
> in .authorized_keys.
> As I understand I can use only the full command there, as it is not a list
> of "allowed commands" but the command that will be executed when logging
> in with this key.
> Now, I'm running several rsync commands on individual directories in the
> root, not just one command. I do that to pull different exclude lists in.
> I want to exclude nothing in some directories and a few different things
> in other directories. rsyncing per /rooted directory seems to be the
> cleanest and easiest way. All other combinations of complicated
> exclude/include lists may have unexpected results.
> I thought about putting the remote command in a shell script. However, I
> think this won't work as each rsync on the remote side will be executed
> with the first rsync command in the script on the local side.
> Is there a solution (besides using several keys or so)?
> Kai Schätzl, Berlin, Germany
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By 'secure some remote rsyncs' do you mean only allow rsync but not
interactive login? If so perhaps this will meet your needs:
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