Thu, 16 Feb 2006 16:34:58 -0900
There's a discussion in previous mailings.
asetkey is in the current distribution
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On Behalf Of Pucky Loucks
Sent: Thursday, February 16, 2006 2:32 PM
Subject: Re: [OpenAFS] ext_svrtab?
Well I've got everything going except the last part of afs2k5db
I downloaded the afs migration kit from NCSA and found the source for
it but I'm having an issue compiling it. is there an rpm that
includes this tool for RHEL 3.0?
On 16-Feb-06, at 12:23 PM, Steve Devine wrote:
> Pucky Loucks wrote:
>> Hi Brandon,
>> how do I extract the service key from kadmin so that I can add it
>> to AFS? The only documentation that I could find is so old, that
>> I'm kind of lost.
>> with- kerberos.html
>> What I'm trying to do is replace kaserver with MIT Kerberos. Do
>> you know of more up to date info on this topic? I also have the
>> book Managing AFS and all it has are 5 points on how to do it.
>> 1)stop kaserver
>> 2) create principal called afs
>> 3) use ext_srvtab to extract the AFS service key
>> 4) use asetkey to install this extracted service into AFS's keyfile
>> 5) put the MIT kerberos REALM name into the afs configuration
>> file / usr/afs/etc/krb.conf
>> That's it, but I'm not having any luck with step 3.
>> any help would be great.
>> On 16-Feb-06, at 11:59 AM, Brandon S. Allbery KF8NH wrote:
>>> On Feb 16, 2006, at 2:56 , Pucky Loucks wrote:
>>>> I can't find this program anywhere, can someone point me in the
>>>> right direction? I'm implementing MIT Kerberos in my Cell and
>>>> need to export the Key from MIT into AFS.
>>> It's not a program, it's a command within kadmin.
>>> brandon s. allbery [linux,solaris,freebsd,perl]
>>> system administrator [openafs,heimdal,too many hats]
>>> electrical and computer engineering, carnegie mellon
>>> university KF8NH
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> I have some notes on what we did when we migrated here:
> Steve Devine
> Storage Systems
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