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answered Default location for installing a module? (ffmpeg)
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answered Unable to start MongoDB on Ubuntu 10.10
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answered Getting Network Card Interface information via SNMP
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answered What is MonkeyCom on port 9898?
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answered Allow access to htdocs dir via samba
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answered Recovering files from a ReadyNAS
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comment Java fat client slow when connecting to localhost, fast with remote
... contacting support for the custom database software (or give fuller details here) or try to create a minimal test program that reproduces the problem. If the DBMS has a JDBC driver I would also try to write a test client that uses plain JDBC to see if the problem lies in the non-JDBC comms layer you are using.
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comment Java fat client slow when connecting to localhost, fast with remote
In that case would try one of
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answered How to I Document User Rights on an existing Linux System?
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revised File permission for a really simple website host on Apache
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answered File permission for a really simple website host on Apache
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answered Java fat client slow when connecting to localhost, fast with remote
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comment SSHD - blocking password authentication
Thanks Marcel, that answers my question about Keyboard-Interactive vs Password authentication. I'm still not certain my servers are safe from password-guessing but the syslog output (see above) seems more reassuring as although there is mention of an invalid password, there is also mention of the username not being allowed. Presumably it's as safe as I can make it?
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revised SSHD - blocking password authentication
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comment SSHD - blocking password authentication
I've edited the question to add a sample from syslog.