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How well does authorized_keys scale?

If I'm using something like gitolite to handle access control how well does authorized_keys scale? Meaning if I have say 50,000 users what will the performance be like (I'm guessing not very good). ...
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1answer
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How to set up sshd so that it never asks for a password for a specific user?

I have a dedicated system account named "git" that is managed by gitlab/gitolite. Users connecting to this account always use SSH keys, "git" user doesn't have a password. If users connect without a ...
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Would there be anyway to know the origin account's username that ssh'ed into the server?

I initially git cloned a repo, when I push my work, within the post-receive hook, I would like to retrieve the origin acount's username who did the push. I know $SSH_CONNECTION and $SSH_CLIENT give ...
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How could I stop ssh offering a wrong key?

(This is a problem with ssh, not gitolite) I've configured gitolite on my home server (ubuntu 12.04 server, open-ssh). I want an special identityfile to administer the repositories, so I need to ...
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1answer
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Gitolite SSH URL Format

So I got gitolite set up. Simple. But there is one issue I am having. The SSH urls follow the format of git@host:repo. I'm used to Bitbucket / Github where the urls follow the format of ...
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gitolite mac don't add new user to authorized_keys

I installed gitolite and every thing works fine for me as admin. But when I'd like to add add a new user the new user can't connect to the server. After I looked into the file authorized_keys I saw ...
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aliasing “git” ssh login to “gitolite”

I'm installing gitolite from CentOS packages for my client. The package creates a gitolite user, which will be visible explicitly during a "git clone" operations. The client wants to use "git" and ...
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ssh hostname returns “Bad owner or permissions on ~/.ssh/config” (chmod 600 not working with MingW)

This question is a near duplicate of Robert's question but after trying chmod 600 ~/.ssh/config I still have the same error. I've tried using cygwin and MINGW32 to do the chmod 600. ls -la returns ...