Gilbert, There's another possibility: something in the regular-expression -- perhaps coupled with the product-identifier -- is tickling a bug in the regular-expression module. Can I log onto the system in question? If so then 1) what's the pathname of the pqact(1) configuration-file for the process that's crashing; and 2) what's the pathname of the core-file? I see you've changed weather.admin.niu.edu (I can't log onto it anymore). Here are my entries for ~ldm/.ssh/authorized_keys: from="128.117.140.*,128.117.156.*" ssh-rsa AAAAB3NzaC1yc2EAAAABIwAAAIEA5v3LwC2R6kdWnCVPVQf5e7I8F2qAgrFytbk7NYdkdhG+ViSfg050KtCaeH7BFI/T+ceL3a39ZW0Z/5mz+w3C2bvRH8NkyodEd3WNCCl1a72L+FDOczld3Pi0PU5Hp+UPY8NEA6H0PspEKCYCFfDVhOG3pkquB2zjhBlW9XzC39k= address@hidden from="128.117.140.*,128.117.156.*" ssh-rsa AAAAB3NzaC1yc2EAAAADAQABAAABAQC8HWHITN/3twCVxtaDEEOV23kg4wjjudexiwyNFSBG+SkpfZd8uu9R+FMixLypeH+o0FwgZCMK3l8Wgr7k1yYwOxvCuA8K4P7XTvMlxK3LJLBxM1R/s1AcysN0SZMgP6ZX3riZu98ebMfYedaj/I53rIMMIT/AbIN72Bxh96WB2Xeg1uhctpvnd528b/0I4WbNtzyJPiNO53KlhD4L55XcIYfxt+H+Z+8EFgPPTd6nOli7M5F0507hKEU/0ra2HR7eANtxl4qXmheeNtbpmQ4nxCew6ArvgGzK7NqU83qpPxEAAjnYo+bfuAoaBTEw6YE1SCQcHUqNWv+b2ZginQ8Z address@hidden > Not under Centos 6.7 without breaking a gazillion things, sorry. Regards, Steve Emmerson Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: YPB-836540 Department: Support LDM Priority: Normal Status: Open
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