rsync and kerberos
fabrice.bacchella at exalead.com
Sat Aug 30 10:27:00 GMT 2008
Ok, that's really a question for which I have no answer. Do you have
any links that explain the purpose of host/ nfs/ and all ? I don't see
exactly what are there for.
Le 30 août 08 à 07:00, Simo Sorce a écrit :
> Reading your patch, one quick comment.
> It seem to me you define host/ in RSYNC_GSS_SERVICE, wouldn't it be
> better to have an rsync specific service principal like:
> rsync/full.host.name at REALM ?
> The host principal should not be abused and it is good practice to
> your own service (and therefore a separate keytab/secret for separate
> HTTP, FTP, NFS, etc... they all use their own service principal.
> On Sat, 2008-08-30 at 05:29 +0200, Bacchella Fabrice wrote:
>> Indeed. Thanks for the type about git.
>> The diffs against 3.0.3 & git :
>> Le 30 août 08 à 01:02, Matt McCutchen a écrit :
>>> On Fri, 2008-08-29 at 18:50 +0200, Bacchella Fabrice wrote:
>>>> Still working on my gss patch.
>>> Please remember to attach the updated patch!
>>> To generate a single diff, you can "git add" the files you added/
>>> and then run "git diff HEAD". You could also look into
>>> maintaining a
>>> git repository containing your change on the Web.
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