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Fwd: RE: GSSAPI, OpenLDAP 2.0.21 and core dump

Thanks for the help! The krb.conf file was located in a slightly different place than OpenLDAP expected. It is now located in the standard location /etc/krb5.conf.

On another front, I misunderstood that 'sasl-host' referred to the LOCAL machine name. Could this be updated in the manual pages and documentation? It's a minor clarification, but one which is confusing when you've just finished hacking through a Kerberos installation and think of the processing host as your KDC *sigh*

Also, is there a summary of available kerberos and SASL configuration commands that can be entered into the slapd.conf file?

Finally, how do I map users with Kerberos identities such as:



dn: idnum=43210341,dc=georgefox,dc=edu
uid: abrock
... <SNIP> ...

Eventually all users will have identities such as abrock@GEORGEFOX.EDU, but we're not yet allowed to touch the production system. :) Thanks in advance for any advice/assistance!


Date: Tue, 05 Feb 2002 10:55:04 -0800
Subject: RE: GSSAPI, OpenLDAP 2.0.21 and core dump
To: abrock@georgefox.edu
From: "Kyle_Chapman@g1.com" <Kyle_Chapman@g1.com>

run truss -p <slapd pid> and in another console do your interactive sasl
search, you might see slapd looking for a krb5 file in a strange

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