[OpenAFS] Re: Combined AFS/Kerberos Apache 2 module

Kevin Hildebrand kevin@umd.edu
Fri, 4 Sep 2009 07:22:00 -0400 (EDT)

So it looks like mod_waklog has had some improvements since I last looked 
at it.

mod_afs_kerb handles the directory walk slightly differently, rather 
than trying to get around the apache stat(), it gets the user tokens early 
and then lets apache do its normal stat() as before.  This seems to work 
for us.

WaklogLocationPrincipal is something new that I hadn't seen before, so
mod_afs_kerb doesn't (currently) have that feature.


On Thu, 3 Sep 2009, Adam Megacz wrote:

> Hey, neat!
> Kevin Hildebrand <kevin@umd.edu> writes:
>> In addition, when obtaining AFS tokens, it's possible to do so before
>> the Apache directory walk phase, which is a current limitation of
>> mod_waklog.
> Well, not entirely...
>  http://article.gmane.org/gmane.comp.file-systems.afs.modwaklog.devel/114
>> When using this module, the use of mod_waklog is not required.
> What is the equivalent for mod_waklog's "WaklogLocationPrincipal"
> directive?
>  - a
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