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Re: 2.2.23's slapd segfaults when using ldapsearch
- To: OpenLDAP software list <openldap-software@OpenLDAP.org>
- Subject: Re: 2.2.23's slapd segfaults when using ldapsearch
- From: Greg Petras <email@example.com>
- Date: Wed, 2 Feb 2005 11:11:28 -0500
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> MIT kerberos 1.3 is not thread safe. MIT Kerberos 1.4 is thread safe, but
> has problems with its replay cache. If you use MIT Krb5 1.3, you'll want
> to make sure mutexes are enabled in Cyrus-SASL 2.1.20. If you use 1.4,
> you'll want to disable them. Neither set of libraries handles requests as
> quickly as Heimdal Kerberos does.
> Stanford runs MIT Kerberos for nearly everything, and has MIT Kerberos
> KDC's. There has been no problem having the OpenLDAP servers be compiled
> against Heimdal. Kerberos 5 is a protocol, both Heimdal & MIT speak it.
Thanks again for the info. I'll have to look into this some more and
see if I can figure out what works best in our environment. I'll send
out an update when I get through some more testing.