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On Mon, Oct 24, 2011 at 10:14 AM, Mike Wohlgemuth <email@example.com> wrote:
> I've installed fail2ban on Fedora 15 to block repeated failed ssh
> connections. It works great up until logrotate kicks in. When it
> rotates /var/log/secure then fail2ban stops noticing failed ssh
> attempts. Using fail2ban-client to reload the jail fixes the problem,
> but it also causes fail2ban to forget all currently banned IP
> addresses. I've found scripts online that will allow for extracting the
> current bans before reloading, and then applying them again after, but
> that seems pretty extreme. I can't help but think I must be missing
> something simple that will get fail2ban to notice that the logs have
> been rotated. Has anyone else seeing this issue? I see some reports in
> bugzilla about fail2ban, but nothing that is definitely this problem.
This does not address your problem directly.
I use a program called denyhosts for blocking ssh attempts. It creates a
list in /etc/hosts.deny.
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