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How to Configure SSH Key Based Access to a vRealize Log Insight Appliance

vRealize Log Insight is a powerful log analytics and management solution that helps you monitor and troubleshoot your VMware environment. It collects and analyzes logs from various sources, such as vSphere, vSAN, NSX, vRealize Operations, and more. You can use vRealize Log Insight to gain insights into the performance, security, and configuration of your VMware infrastructure.

One of the features of vRealize Log Insight is that it allows you to access its appliance via SSH. SSH is a secure protocol that enables you to remotely log in to a server and execute commands. SSH can also use public-key cryptography to authenticate users and encrypt data. This means that you can use a pair of keys, one public and one private, to access the vRealize Log Insight appliance without entering a password.

In this article, we will show you how to configure SSH key based access to a vRealize Log Insight appliance. This will enable you to log in to the appliance more securely and conveniently. We will also show you how to restore SSH key based access after a vRealize Log Insight upgrade.


You have a vRealize Log Insight appliance running version 8.x or later.

You have access to the primary node of the vRealize Log Insight cluster as root via SSH or console.

You have a connecting machine that has an SSH client installed and can generate public and private SSH keys.


Generate the public and private SSH keys from the connecting machine. You can use any tool or command that supports SSH key generation, such as ssh-keygen or PuTTYgen. For example, on Linux or Mac OS, you can run the following command in a terminal:ssh-keygen -t rsa -b 4096 -C ""This will create a 4096-bit RSA key pair with your email as a comment. You will be asked to enter a file name and a passphrase for your keys. You can choose any file name you want, but make sure you remember it. The passphrase is optional but recommended for extra security. The command will generate two files: one with the .pub extension for the public key, and one without the extension for the private key.

Log into the primary node of the vRealize Log Insight cluster as root via SSH or console. If you are using console, press ALT+F1 to log in.

Open the /root/.ssh/authorized_keys file in a text editor. If the file does not exist, create it.

Paste the generated public SSH key into the file, then save and close it.

Repeat steps 2-4 on all other nodes in the vRealize Log Insight cluster.

Ensure that you can SSH to the vRealize Log Insight appliance via key based access. To do this, run the following command from the connecting machine:ssh -i /path/to/private/key root@vrli_ip_or_fqdnReplace /path/to/private/key with the file name of your private key, and vrli_ip_or_fqdn with the IP address or FQDN of the vRealize Log Insight appliance. You should be able to log in without entering a password.

How to Restore SSH Key Based Access After vRealize Log Insight Upgrade

The SSH key based access is expected to partly break after a vRealize Log Insight upgrade due to remote host identification change. To restore access, follow these steps:

From the connecting machine, remove the old key's fingerprint by running:ssh-keygen -f "/path/to/.ssh/directory/known_hosts" -R "vrli_ip_or_fqdn"Note: Repeat this command for each node in the vRealize Log Insight cluster.

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