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ivan dimitrov wrote:

> How to start two sshd with different configs from the rc.conf?
> 
> Do i have to write a secondary /etc/rc.d/sshd, 
> for eg. /etc/rc.d/sshd2 and put sshd2_enable="yes" in the rc.conf
> or there is another way to do this?

No -- that's pretty much the way of it unless the rc file
specifically has support for multiple sessions (eg. /etc/rc.d/jail)

You need to do more than just rename the file though -- you will
need to change the line:

name="sshd"

to read

name="sshd2"

plus you'll need to change the line

command="/usr/sbin/${name}"

to say 

command="/usr/sbin/sshd"

and add

sshd2_enable="YES"
sshd2_flags="-f /etc/ssh/sshd2_config"

to /etc/rc.conf -- assuming you're happy to use the same keys as
for the other sshd instance that's pretty much all that's necessary.

In the general case though you'ld have to do a sweep through the
file and change any variables from sshd_foo to sshd2_foo -- usually
there are a number of references like that, and /etc/rc.d/sshd is
quite unusual in not having them.

        Cheers,

        Matthew

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