Thanks for your quick reply. I don't want to sound harsh or be the guy
who is always complaining, but this is just so annoying. I can't test
packages on production servers or run "testing" packages on them, even
if known good, when it's company policy to only run stable/official
packages (especially when it's a LTS release).

And be honest: how much more basic from a user/admin perspective than
"SSH is working" can it get?

So: sorry for my "outburst" - I felt better afterwards ;) - and
obviously something is moving again :)

Kind regards,
Jan

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  systemd-logind must be restarted every ~1000 SSH logins to prevent a
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