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Re: [SLE] sshd
  • From: Mads Martin Jørgensen <mmj@xxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 8 Aug 2001 11:51:27 -0700
  • Message-id: <20010808115127.V682@xxxxxxxx>
* Stathy G. Touloumis <stathy@xxxxxxxxxx> [Aug 08. 2001 11:19]:
> For some reason I am not able to login using a ssh1 to my linux box as a
> normal user (only as root). There seems to be a problem forking a new
> process for users other than root when logging in. Here is the error
> message produced by sshd :
>
> Aug 8 13:16:25 app-server sshd[692]: debug: Received session key;
> encryption turned on.
> Aug 8 13:16:25 app-server sshd[692]: debug: Installing crc compensation
> attack detector.
> Aug 8 13:16:25 app-server sshd[692]: debug: Attempting authentication for
> myuser.
> Aug 8 13:16:28 app-server sshd[692]: log: Password authentication for
> myuser accepted.
> Aug 8 13:16:28 app-server sshd[692]: debug: Allocating pty.
> Aug 8 13:16:28 app-server sshd[692]: debug: Ignoring unsupported tty mode
> opcode 11 (0xb)
> Aug 8 13:16:28 app-server sshd[692]: debug: Forking shell.
> Aug 8 13:16:28 app-server sshd[692]: fatal: Local: fork failed: Resource
> temporarily unavailable
> Aug 8 13:16:28 app-server sshd[692]: debug: Calling cleanup 0x804ad90(0x0)
> Aug 8 13:16:28 app-server sshd[692]: debug: Calling cleanup 0x8057640(0x0)

Did you run the harden_suse script? It seems either your system is
really heavily loaded, or some ulimit is set.

--
Mads Martin Jørgensen, http://mmj.dk
"Why make things difficult, when it is possible to make them cryptic and
totally illogic, with just a little bit more effort."
-- A. P. J.

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