On Thu, Dec 01, 2016 at 12:07:07PM +0100, m.frerichs wrote:
It seems that ssh-keys in /etc/ssh are preserved from the old existing system, even if I recreate and reformat the disk . Is it true that such a feature exists and why? Are there other configurations which are preserved?
Wow.. this should be configurable, but I've wanted something like this for years. We tend to re-image our hosts for upgrades or other reasons more than most likely do (we're using SLE though) and I had coded some stuff to do this year ago using a pre-install, ramdisk and then find/copy over during pre, find/copy back during chroot.
Was never 100% though.