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Posted on June 24, 2020

The world has a lot for us to disagree about, but if there’s one thing we can get the whole world to agree on, is that passwords are a major pain. Passwords are the necessary mechanism for securing many things, but where passwords are not required and still allow for secure authentication is where everyone would prefer to be. IBM i has had the option for public key authentication for SSH users for a long time now. It allows you to establish SSH connections without having to provide a password.

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The sweetest things in life are free, right? If you have ever had a complex support case with the IBM i support team in Rochester, they may have instructed you to install the “QMGTOOLS” system utility to gather and also possibly send critical problem-solving information to them to help resolve your system’s issue.  The “MG” in “QMGTOOLS” stands for “Must Gather” as the genesis of the tool was a requirement to package a bunch of commands that collect information that “must be gathered” to resolve certain kinds of support issues. 

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