[OpenAFS] Automatic token renewal

Christof Hanke christof.hanke@rzg.mpg.de
Thu, 2 Jul 2009 13:52:35 +0200


I guess krenew just renews the kerberos-ticket, not the afs-token.
So you'd need to add an "aklog" after the krenew.

Am Donnerstag, 2. Juli 2009 11:55:31 schrieb Robbert Eggermont:
> Dear all,
> Our AD Kerberos servers serves tickets with a 10 hour expiration time,
> thus my tickets (and AFS tokens) expire at night. I would like to
> automatically renew my AFS token for all processes started from KDE
> (which seem to be in the same PAG). Is there a "standard" solution for
> this?
> I tried to run 'krenew -b -t -K 60' from a /opt/kde3/env/ shell script.
> When running klist in a shell under KDE, I see the Kerberos ticket (in
> /tmp/krb5cc_xxxx) being renewed every 5 hours. However, my AFS token in
> the shell is not being renewed. According to the krenew and shell PAG
> group ids, they seem to be in the same PAG. Krenew seems to work as
> expected when run in a shell under KDE. What am I missing here?
> Thanks in advance,
> Robbert