[OpenAFS] Re: "ktadd -k <anywhere> afs/xyz@REALM" breaks AFS instantly?

Derek Atkins warlord@MIT.EDU
Tue, 14 Feb 2006 10:47:38 -0500

Juha J=C3=A4ykk=C3=A4 <juolja@utu.fi> writes:

>> AFS does not require a shared keytab.  AFS requires that the contents
>> of a keytab be set into the AFS key file which is done by running
>> 'asetkey'.
> Ach, my mistake. AFS does not require a shared keytab, it requires a
> common KeyFile, which is conceptually the same - it's just not called
> keytab.

Correct, but you can always just scp (or sneakernet) the KeyFile
between your servers.  Indeed, you could scp or sneakernet your
keytab, too.

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