Use the new gitlab-shell authorized-keys helper in documentation

parent 8de1bb9e
......@@ -25,34 +25,12 @@ GitLab Shell provides a way to authorize SSH users via a fast, indexed lookup
to the GitLab database. GitLab Shell uses the fingerprint of the SSH key to
check whether the user is authorized to access GitLab.
Create the directory `/opt/gitlab-shell` first:
sudo mkdir -p /opt/gitlab-shell
Create this file at `/opt/gitlab-shell/authorized_keys`:
if [[ "$1" == "git" ]]; then
/opt/gitlab/embedded/service/gitlab-shell/bin/authorized_keys $2
Set appropriate ownership and permissions:
sudo chown root:git /opt/gitlab-shell/authorized_keys
sudo chmod 0650 /opt/gitlab-shell/authorized_keys
Add the following to `/etc/ssh/sshd_config` or to `/assets/sshd_config` if you
are using Omnibus Docker:
Add the following to your `sshd_config` file. This is usuaully located at
`/etc/ssh/sshd_config`, but it will be `/assets/sshd_config` if you're using
Omnibus Docker:
AuthorizedKeysCommand /opt/gitlab-shell/authorized_keys %u %k
AuthorizedKeysCommand /opt/embedded/gitlab-shell/bin/gitlab-shell-authorized-keys-check git %u %k
AuthorizedKeysCommandUser git
......@@ -70,7 +48,7 @@ Confirm that SSH is working by removing your user's SSH key in the UI, adding a
new one, and attempting to pull a repo.
> **Warning:** Do not disable writes until SSH is confirmed to be working
perfectly because the file will quickly become out-of-date.
perfectly, because the file will quickly become out-of-date.
In the case of lookup failures (which are not uncommon), the `authorized_keys`
file will still be scanned. So git SSH performance will still be slow for many
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