authentication

Many users are using ssh to log into a remote machine and append the indicated identity file to machine’s ~/.ssh/authorized_keys file. I recently moved one of my server, and I would like to revoke openssh keys and disable user access under Linux operating systems. How do I revoke OpenSSH keys under Unix or Linux operating systems?

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I can use unconfigure command on a previously configured Solaris Unix box and leave it in an unconfigured state. How do I unconfigure CentOS Linux OR RHEL 6.x on HP server. How do I reconfigure the system upon next boot?

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I‘m using scp command to copy files from one server to another server. The problem is that I’m unable to copy all hidden files (such as .bash_history). How do I copy hidden files using the scp command under Unix like operating systems?

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Recently, my desktop hard disk crashed. So I reinstalled Linux and created a new set of private RSA keys for authentication. However, two of my remote UNIX servers still uses old DSA keys. I do not remember root password for those servers. I do have backup of private and public DSA keys and currently stored in /backup/home/user/.ssh/id_dsa and /backup/home/user/.ssh/id_dsa.pub. How do I force my ssh clients to use identity file /backup/home/user/.ssh/id_dsa to get back to my remote UNIX servers?

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How do I install my SSH public key ~/.ssh/id_rsa.pub onto a remote Linux and UNIX server automatically from Linux workstation or Apple OS X laptop without using scp and/or copy & paste method?

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How do configure to release and obtain VIP (virtual IP) when nginx is dead, down or system is rebooted for the kernel upgrades?

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