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revised Disallow -p on sftp
Previous answer was unnecessarily complicated
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comment Does CentOS 5.4 properly handle leap seconds?
In the scenario you describe, the system clock will repeat 23:59:59.XXX. Whether this causes issues depends on whether you have any applications which rely on smooth, continuous, non-stepping clocks. Probably not though.
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answered Handling yum upgrade from pkg-x.y.rpm which requires mod_python to pkg-x.(y+z).rpm with conflicts mod_python
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answered How to deny access to disabled AD accounts via kerberos in pam_krb5?
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comment How to deny access to disabled AD accounts via kerberos in pam_krb5?
I disagree that SSH public key auth is independent of PAM. Adding account optional pam_echo.so file=/etc/redhat-release to /etc/pam.d/sshd causes the file contents to be printed while using key-based auth logins (try it).