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From Trustin Lee <trus...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [trustin] 3 problems with SEDA
Date Tue, 21 Dec 2004 07:02:26 GMT
OK, I finally succeded to run Kerberos server.  I'll dig into the
problem tonight.

Cheers,
Trustin


On Mon, 20 Dec 2004 01:55:32 -0500, Enrique Rodriguez
<erodriguez@apache.org> wrote:
> Hi, Trustin,
> 
> Can you take a look at the Kerberos-SEDA integration currently underway
> in SVN?  We're having a couple problems with SEDA and Kerberos so we
> were hoping you could take a look.  These problems all appear using the
> KerberosMain in the directory/kerberos/trunk/main module.
> 
> 1)  TCP is currently disabled in KerberosMain, to isolate the fact that
> UDP requests don't seem to make it through SEDA to the snickers decoder.
>  The Kerberos/Eve server just sits there during client requests.
> 
> 2)  With TCP enabled, TCP requests are making it through to the snickers
> decoder, but with the 4-byte integer TCP length prepended.  Alex and I
> don't believe this should be there.  The 4 bytes appear to be causing
> exceptions in Snickers, since, of course, this isn't a valid TLV.
> 
> 3)  Changes to the kdc.default.port don't appear to have any effect.
> Admittedly, this may be something in our config code but if you could
> check SEDA that would be cool.  We are toggling between ports 88 and
> 1088 and Kerberos appears to only be listening on 88.
> 
> Directions for building the runnable jar for Kerberos/Eve:
> 
> $ svn up
> $ cd directory/kerberos/trunk/main
> $ maven javaapp
> $ java -jar target/kerberos-0.4-SNAPSHOT.jar kerberos.properties
> 
> Alex and I were testing with the gnome-kerberos client, using the
> directions at:
> 
> http://incubator.apache.org/directory/subprojects/kerberos/configuration.html
> 
> Attempting authentication with principal akarasulu@EXAMPLE.COM (pass:
> maxwell) will do nothing (currently UDP-only).  The KDC just sits there.
> 
> Thanks,
> 
> -enrique
> 
> 


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