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Bob Vida
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SSH and %SYSTEM-F-ACCVIO

I have an integrity system running VMS 8.3 and TCP/IP v5.6 eco2. We had setup SSH to work using a public key with a Linux server. It was working fine until a couple days ago. Nothing was changed on the VMS server and I'm checking with the Linux admin to see if anything was changed there.

Now when I do a $ssh I get a $SYSTEM-_F_ACCVIO error and it creates a TCPIP$SSH_SSH2.DMP. This is being attempted from an eXcursion terminal window.
The weird part is this works fine if I do it from a DECnet or telnet login on the same.

Not familiar with troubleshooting SSH issues and was looking for any guidance.
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Bob Vida
Advisor

Re: SSH and %SYSTEM-F-ACCVIO

I installed eco3 for TCP/IP v5.6 and this resolved the issue.

Is there a "cookbook" for troubleshooting SSH issues?

Thanks,
Bob
Martin Vorlaender
Honored Contributor
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Re: SSH and %SYSTEM-F-ACCVIO

Bob,

>>>
Is there a "cookbook" for troubleshooting SSH issues?
<<<

Nothing that can cope with a crash of the SSH client, AFAIK.

Other than that, increase the debug log level (also of the server, if you can), and examine the logs for error messages.

cu,
Martin
Bob Vida
Advisor

Re: SSH and %SYSTEM-F-ACCVIO

Thanks Martin.