Git Mirroring on other Servers

Sebbo
Sebbo
Hello everybody, first of all, I´m from Germany, so I apologize for my bad english grammar.  Here´s the situation:  We got one master-server running git with gitolite and a slave-master running git with gitolite, too. This setup works fine. nNw I´ve got a new server, which should be the new master-server in a few weeks, but first it works as a slave.  I edit the config-file in .ssh from user "git" and add the entry for the new slave-server on the master-server and the other slave-server. I generated a new pair of ssh-keys on the new slave-server and copy it to the other server. When I run on the new slave-server the command "ssh master-server info" I got an answer like "hello master-server, this is ... .  But when I try to run this command on master-server, the server aks me for a password for user "git". It doesn´t work, even with the right password from new slave-server. Output:  File: dir, Node: Top This is the top of the INFO tree   This (the Directory node) gives a menu of major topics.  Typing "q" exits, "?" lists all Info commands, "d" returns here,  "h" gives a primer for first-timers,  "mEmacs" visits the Emacs manual, etc.   In Emacs, you can click mouse button 2 on a menu item or cross reference  to select it.  * Menu:  Basics * Common options: (coreutils)Common options. * Coreutils: (coreutils). Core GNU (file, text, shell) utilities. * Date input formats: (coreutils)Date input formats. * Ed: (ed). The GNU line editor * File permissions: (coreutils)File permissions.  I search through the internet for an right answer, but nothing helps. I hope, that somebody could help me. If you need any informations, I will give it to .  Thanks. 

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Sebbo
Sebbo
Hi orbrey,  yes, I mean the command "ssh new-slave-server info.  Every server got the private and the public keys of each other server.  I don´t edit ssh config on the new slave-server.
Sebbo
Sebbo
I can´t ssh from master-server to new-slave-server, nor from slave-server to new-slave-server
Sebbo
Sebbo
Hello, OpenSSH is running on every Server, which is in use. We got no intern Firewall or anything else. If I try to ssh from the new slave-server to master-server with "ssh master-server" (with user "git") theres entry on master-server like this: tail -f /var/log/auth.log Aug 22 13:20:15 zerberus sshd[2338]: Accepted publickey for git from 192.168.1.62 port 60940 ssh2: RSA 06:da:04:d9:e6:68:7d:5e:37:0c:93:55:6e:61:e4:5a Aug 22 13:20:15 zerberus sshd[2338]: pam_unix(sshd:session): session opened for user git by (uid=0) Aug 22 13:20:15 zerberus [mark]systemd-logind[1052]: Removed session 433.[/mark] Aug 22 13:20:15 zerberus [mark]systemd-logind[1052]: New session 434 of user git.[/mark] Aug 22 13:20:16 zerberus sshd[2388]: Received disconnect from 192.168.1.62: 11: disconnected by user Aug 22 13:20:16 zerberus sshd[2338]: pam_unix(sshd:session): session closed for user git  The Session was closed before I got on the master-server...

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