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Restart SSH Remotely?
This is probably one of those "Duh!" questions, but here goes: I've
installed OpenSSH 3.3, and now want to stop the old sshd and start
the new one. I'm not physically at the machine, though. Since I'm
connected through ssh, if I kill the current sshd, will the current
sshd child processes also be killed? (If so, I won't be able to run
the new sshd!) Or will be connection still be OK?
Also, I have this other question:
At 3:00 PM -0600 6/24/02, Theo de Raadt wrote:
> However, everyone should update to OpenSSH 3.3 immediately, and enable
> priv seperation in their ssh daemons, by setting this in your
> /etc/ssh/sshd_config file:
The updated sshd_config file included with OpenSSH 3.3 has
"#UsePrivilegeSeparation yes", which to me means that
UsePrivilegeSeparation is on by default. So there isn't any point in
setting it in the sshd.confif file, is there?
Please cc me on any replies. Thanks!