[CentOS] SSH suddenly started failing :(

Justin Cataldo jc at justincataldo.com
Thu Jun 7 23:25:56 UTC 2007

You could try 'nmap localhost' on that machine to ensure that ssh is running
on that port.

Could it also be a protocol version problem?  Like, the client is using
protocol 1, but the sshd is only allowing protocol 2 connections?


On 6/8/07, John R Pierce <pierce at hogranch.com> wrote:
> John Lagrue wrote:
> > I tried that, and monitored the ssh.trace file with tail-f in another
> > window. There were no obvious signs of error, only what looks like a
> > child starting and then exiting. Mind you, it's been a fair few years
> > since I last looked at a trace file!
> lace your /etc/profile and ~/.bash_profile files with some `echo "I'm
> here..."`  kind of statements...   see if its bombing somewhere
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