[Samba] FW: kerberos nfs4's principals and root access
bruno.macadre at univ-rouen.fr
Wed Aug 3 06:20:19 UTC 2016
I've already read this article, but I never find how to indicate to
apache to read this file... After some research, I think I need to
install mod_auth_krb5 to specify at least how to find this keytab (even
if I don't need Apache authentication against Kerberos).
I will try this today and comme back to say if it works !
In fact i'm stuck between my two problems (root acces to Kerberised NFS
share / www-data access to userdir into a Kerberised NFS share),
contrary to what I thought It's the root acces the more difficult to
Le 02/08/2016 à 18:20, Rowland Penny a écrit :
> On Tue, 2 Aug 2016 17:05:37 +0200
> Bruno MACADRÉ <bruno.macadre at univ-rouen.fr> wrote:
>> It's ok
>> So, if I create a httpuser and an httpgroup in my AD and use these at
>> owner and group for my apache2 daemon, this one could access to
>> userdirs (while permissions granting it) ? But I need to cron 'kinit'
>> to keep valid ticket... ?
>> My local root user always can't access to the share, but my other
>> problem seems to be resolved.
> OK, I went and re-read your first post and I think you are going about
> this the wrong way. I did a quick google and found this:
> So to translate that into Samba:
> Create a user 'httpuser' with a random password:
> samba-tool user create --random-password httpuser
> Give the new user an SPN:
> samba-tool spn add HTTP/servername.your.realm.tld httpuser
> Where 'servername' is the short hostname of your machine running Apache
> and 'your.realm.tld' is (obviously) your dns/realm name
> Now export the keytab:
> samba-tool domain exportkeytab /root/httpd.keytab
> --principal=HTTP/servername.your.realm.tld at YOUR.REALM.TLD
> copy the keytab to the machine running Apache and allow www-data to
> read the keytab.
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