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Old 20th August 2013
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Default hashing known hosts file

Hi folks
What precaustions should I take prior to "hashing" known host BY:

changine entry in ssh_config

"HashKnowHosts yes" for future entries in hosts file

.OR.

at command line entering

"ssh-keygen -H" for existing entries in hosts file

reading suggests i should do both but wasn't quite sure what else that may
effect.
would like not to go back through multiple servers and re-inventing the hosts
files.


as usual thanks in advance......
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