IOERRORS -- the saga continues
pedz at easesoftware.net
Tue Feb 7 17:29:25 EST 2006
I am not sure I answered your question before.
I went back and used Mac's tcpdump utility to look at the data coming
over the wire. It is *not* clear text. So, I am assuming it is
using Kerberos to encrypt the data. If I still have not answered
your question, I can either dig further into the code and/or ask some
Mac guys on the net -- but I've not found Mac guys that really know
the details like this.
Looking at prot_fill in prot.c, s->saslssf is true when the client is
authenticating using Kerberos and false when the client is using
"password" (which I assume is clear text password authentication).
On Feb 7, 2006, at 2:34 PM, Ken Murchison wrote:
> Perry Smith wrote:
>> I have tracked down my problems to a call to sasl_decode in
>> To recap: I am getting IOERROR: unexpected end of file in my log
>> file. It turns out that if the client has Kerberos GSSAI
>> authentication and the client tries to do an "APPEND" command, it
>> frequently fails (but not always). The rest of my Kerberos stuff
>> appears to be fine.
> Are you using a Kerberos security layer (integrity and/or
> Kenneth Murchison
> Project Cyrus Developer/Maintainer
> Carnegie Mellon University
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