Permanently added hostkeys (due to IP address pool), without confirmation
sdaoden at yandex.com
Sat Oct 10 03:50:15 AEDT 2015
maybe someone could please help and shed some light on a problem
that i don't understand, and that even in multiple ways.
The problem occurred three or four times over the past months
(maybe half a year?) and manifests as
++ Pushing to "gitlab" (at least "master" differs)!
Warning: Permanently added the RSA host key for IP address '220.127.116.11' to the list of known hosts.
I get no confirmation prompt, which i normally do?!
Of course i do have a configuration file with an
entry, and that already has a
line for months. I do have a "Host" entry for "*gitlab.org" (with
explicit IdentityFile). The entry in known_hosts that i (hope to
have confirmed correctly back then) is not identical with the
other two entries, but which are, except for the addresses
--- k.1 2015-10-09 18:09:10.511793883 +0200
+++ k.2 2015-10-09 18:09:26.508373888 +0200
@@ -1,2 +1,2 @@
I understand that the keys in k.1 and k.2 are the same that
ssh-keyscan(1) gives me, whereas the address i verified does
currently give no ssh-keyscan result at all. (I verified it back
in the day in that i was able to login after placing my public key
at their server via a HTTPS connection after i had created my
account. I'm no expert in mathematics or the SSH protocols, but
i'm confident as only a greenhorn or real expert can be.)
So: no confirmation prompt, no hostname but only the address for
the entry in known_hosts even though the connection is to
gitlab.com (they're appended though), and multiple entries with
the same key.
I'm on "OpenSSH_7.1p1, OpenSSL 1.0.2d 9 Jul 2015".
Thank you in advance for any hint, ciao,
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