Hi,

I was able to fix the issue.

the home directory of the user, as 777, I got the clue from one of the logs 
in /var/log/messages; /var/log/audit/audit.log.

thank you,
./Antonio/.



On Wednesday, November 27, 2019 at 4:48:37 PM UTC-6, Antonio Prado wrote:

> Hi,
>
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>
> I am having difficulties on setting up ssh servers under Jenkins (1.6) on 
> Redhat 5.9.  We have plans on moving out of these older version, but for 
> now it is what I have to work with it.
>
>  
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> Under:
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> Jenkins -> Manage Jenkins -> Configure System
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> Under the configure ssh server section:
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> When I create a new entry 
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> Fails on test configuration.
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> In the advanced form, I did include the private key of user Jenkins in 
> that server (ustlssoam343).
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> For some reason, for some servers it does work, for others doesn’t.
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>  
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> I am able to test successful the configuration with another user in the 
> same server.
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> Jboss is a user that cannot ssh into the server, only as nominal owner of 
> some processes.
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> Jboss with the same configuration (cannot ssh, and using the ssh keys 
> created via ssh-keygen -t rsa) in other servers work perfectly.
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> If you have any clues, please let me know, much appreciated,
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> ./Antonio/.
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