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I'm a bit late with this response, but the sensible way would be to do a ssh-keyscan on the new machine before you run the uptime gathering. ssh-keyscan <newhost> >> ~/.ssh/known_hosts Disabling the sanity check for convenience sake sounds like a bad plan, even if you think you're totally in control of the environment.
If your directory is in an ext4 filesystem, you can use ACL. Best explained by example; my user is romano and the other user is default. As romano: [romano:~/tmp] % mkdir -p a/b/c/d [romano:~/tmp] % cd !$ cd a/b/c/d [romano:~/tmp/a/b/c/d] % touch f1 [romano:~/tmp/a/b/c/d] % ls -l total 0 -rw-rw-r-- 1 romano romano 0 nov 27 17:15 f1 Obviously I can ...
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