This may also occur with keys and a buggy version of ktpass. I think this happened because I su'ed then kinited, so it was owned by root, then I exited the root shell and tried to kinit. It is a fully manual process. Regarding prices and commercial products - If you are intersted, I can give you a very competitive price quote. I'm afraid I'm stuck again and could use some help if anyone knows how to get past this problem. If you do not know how to do this then you should contact your system administrator to resolve this. Under sid I get: kinit: Generic preauthentication failure while getting initial credentials Tried it of course with different algos, too, including aes256-cts-hmac-sha1-96 and des3-cbc-sha1.
I have been scanning the Cloudera Manager for this dirty config file, but I can't find where it is kept. In my case, these two protocols are provided by a Java application in which Kerberos authentication has been implemented. How can I find out what's wrong with it? The agent doest not have any code in it to update krb5. Engert Argonne National Laboratory 9700 South Cass Avenue Argonne, Illinois 60439 630 252-5444. Could this be an error in either Debian itself or rather some upstream issue? I have investigated the issue and it seems cloudera-manager-agent is generating krb5. I have deleted the krb5. Any ideas how to troubleshoot further? The sender therefore does not accept liability for any errors or omissions in the contents of this message which arise as a result of e-mail transmission.
I'm looking at going to Kerberos 1. In this case I received the error because ntpd on the kerberos server had crashed and slowly the time went out of synch with the other clients. I fogot to set the -crypto parameter and it looks this was one reason for problems. Kadmin kadmin: Added user's don't have V4 salt When you add a user using the 'addprinc' command in kadmin, normally two keys are created, a no salt key kerberos 5 and a V4 salt key for kerberos 4. The sender therefore does not accept liability for any errors or omissions in the contents of this message which arise as a result of e-mail transmission. The material on this site may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with the prior written permission of Condé Nast. From there, using a bit of postgresql foo, I managed to dump all tables of the database 'scm' as csv files.
This yields better results, because now the commands I read in the log file of the server look like they could work. In the same network, with an ActiveDirectory Windows 2008R2 and the same procedure, I have already done successfully the setup for two environments but the production environment give me troubles. See also the step 7 in my github page. If kinit is issued, it works as expected. A long term solution is still being investigated.
What may be the main reasons for such a failure? We are starting fresh with a new realm, since the one we had initially picked will not work with our final naming convention. There are default values which are probably being used here, but it is not necessarily so. But as soon as I enable it, the old wrong krb5. Centrify Corporation does not take any responsibility for the content or availability of this link and it was provided as a courtesy. Is there a way to get more verbose logging so I can troubleshoot this. Also consider using a better tool then ktpass, like msktutil or the Samba windbind.
The commands being ran are below. I'm not the one generating the keytab, I have to rely on my Windows guys, who know Windows very well, but kerberos itself not so well so they aren't used to generete keytab files like this. The unix name is only known to Centrify DirectControl. The full error message looks like:aklog: Couldn't get ncsa. This could point to a mismatch between the servers configured realm and the actual realm of the user or the fact that there are multiple realms available and only one configured.
I can only assume that this keytab is stored somewhere in the postgresql database. Who do you get help from? Which means, as far as i know, that either the host or the user is not listed in the keytab file. I verified that is the keytab being used with kinit -Vk. Thanks, Bhavesh , I would try restarting Cloudera Manager with the following: service cloudera-scm-server restart It sounds to me as if the krb5. If the replica is intended to run kpropd in standalone mode, make sure that it is running. We would see this in the agent log of the impacted host. I have straced the kinit -k -t prod.
Make sure you have the most recent krb5. The database is now on kdc2. Thanks Ty I'm afraid it's not smooth sailing on this one. I have also applied the patch: had to do it manually because the line numbers have changed too much , and still no difference. A summary of the changes between this version and the previous one is attached.
That would be strange, cause I use the very same kvno on Scientific Linux where it works. Also consider using a better tool then ktpass, like msktutil or the Samba windbind. I can confirm this, with arc-four it works now on Debian as well,. I'll start off with how things should work: If you are managing your own krb5. E-mail transmission cannot be guaranteed to be secure or error-free. I censored, what looked like secret data ; Cheers, Chris. See the attachments kinit for what happened with plain kinit, kutil for what happened with the keytab.
I also got the same error when the server ran out of disk space. How could we find and update this entry? I tried some other combinations with company. Your machine needs to be within 5 minutes of the Kerberos servers in order to get any tickets. Is this only if I want Impala to work; or will it stop Sentry from working entirely. Much easier than using the Windows utility imo. How to diagnose the source cause of this issue? I created ticket 7647 in our bug tracker but I do not expect any action on it in the near future.