[OpenAFS] K5/openafs

Matthew N. Andrews mnandrews@lbl.gov
Wed, 01 May 2002 11:24:18 -0700

This should be literally the same key as that on the first server.
If you have a secure method for file transfer between the 2 machines, 
you could just copy
the afs KeyFile between the two servers.

-Matthew Andrews

Derek T. Yarnell wrote:

>I have a K5/openafs/aklog setup in place and the first server works fine. I have made accounts,
>mount points etc. as admin and myself.
>Now I have installed this on a Solaris 2.8 machine, I am now going to install a second fileserver
>on a Linux (2.4 kernel) machine. Now my quesiton is that when I am going to add the second machine
>I will need to extract a key (afs@CS.UMD.EDU) onto the new machine and run asetkey to get it into
>the KeyFile. Does this key have to be the same KNVO as the one on the original machine (thus me
>playing with the KNVO on the kdc, basically resetting it to the save key #) or is it supposed to
>be different?