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I am trying to set up gerrit replication, but I am getting reject HostKey.

The pubkey of the user running gerrit is in the authorized_keys2 file on the remote host. I am able to ssh just fine when I manually do it in the terminal.

Any ideas?

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Are you doing this as the same user ? What are the permissions on the authorized_keys2 file and the .ssh directory ? –  flo Aug 14 '11 at 0:00
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Can we get the exact command and messages for clarity?

In ssh, the host keys are independent from the user ones.

authorized_keys2 should now be renamed into authorized_keys as authorized_keys2 was deprecated long ago.

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