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Unable to start the migration: Specified SSH key file does not exist. Please specify valid filename for private SSH key and restart migration

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    Oliver Mueller

    Migrator seems to be incapable of dealing with modern keys.

     

    This is my config.ini:

    ssh-auth-type: key
    ssh-key: /root/.ssh/id_ed25519

     

    and even though the file does exists, the migrator still throws this error:

    [ERROR] SSH key file specified by 'ssh-key' option in section 'pfu' of configuration file does not exist.
    Please specify valid filename for private SSH key and restart Plesk Migrator.
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    Anton Maslov

    Oliver Mueller Hi Oliver! Migrator do support ECDSA but with length limitation, see here.The error you getting likely means there is no file under this path.

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