SSH: DSA Key Issue: Unknown code krb5 195

I was attempt­ing to set up an SSH key between two servers, so I could auto­mat­i­cal­ly back up a file from one to the oth­er. This is usu­al­ly a fair­ly straight­for­ward and rou­tine pro­ce­dure; but in this case I had some issues. 

When I got every­thing set-up, with the pub­lic key in the accepted_keys file of the remote server, I saw this error when run­ning in debug mode, then I was asked for a pass­word, which should not hap­pen.

[me@host ~]$ ssh -v root@remotehost
...
debug1: Unspecified GSS failure.  Minor code may provide more information
Unknown code krb5 195

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When a List of Files is Too Long for a Typical “rm” Command

I was on a client’s report­ing server and noticed that an “ls” of their report logs took about 10 min­utes. The direc­to­ry had a log for every report run since June 2010, which is around 1.3 mil­lion files!

Here’s a tran­script of the error:

[root@morpheus log]# pwd
/home/morpheus/tools/birt-runtime-2_0_1/Report Engine/log
You have new mail in /var/spool/mail/root
[root@morpheus log]# rm *
-bash: /bin/rm: Argument list too long

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