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    [SOLVED] Broken Pipe Lessons Learned (node naming and ssh_known_hosts fumble)

    Just sharing a possible issue some people may run into in the future experiencing a broken pipe when migrating a VM, during a replicate operation, etc. BACKGROUND I recently upgraded the CPU and motherboard for my alternate node. There were some issues during the upgrade and considering I had...
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    ssh_known_hosts readability

    The ssh_known_hosts file in the proxmox cluster is stored in the /etc/pve/priv directory, which is not world readable. This means I can't use it with my normal users. Is there a reason why this couldn't be somewhere else in /etc/pve that would be world readable? Thanks.


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