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Allowing Oracle user to SSH into Oracle Linux

Posted on 2014-11-02
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Hi,

How can i enable the user oracle which i created to allow access via SSH to my oracle linux box.

Seems that i am getting access denied when i connect with the oracle user.

GulfIT
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by:Mazdajai
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What error message did you get? Did you setup key pair or password?

Can you post /var/log/secure and your ssh conf file?
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by:Dave Baldwin
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First SSHD server must be running the oracle linux box.  Second normal SSH is a login for Linux user, not the database user.  I think you have to do that even if you are trying to make an SSH MySQL connection.
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Check below parameters in /etc/ssh/sshd_config

AllowUsers myadmin
AllowGroups mystaff

Otherwise all users are allowed to login by default by SSH.

TY/SA
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