[Samba] Kerberos ticket maximum renewable lifetime
just at tuhh.de
Fri Jul 3 11:35:25 UTC 2020
Am 03.07.20 um 13:05 schrieb Rowland penny via samba:
> On 03/07/2020 11:33, Stefan Just via samba wrote:
>> We are using tmux, screen and x2go to run long-running jobs on our
>> compute servers. $HOME and other data should be mounted via CIFS or
>> NFS4. Because such a job can run for more than a week, I would like to
>> increase the Kerberos ticket lifetime or better the Kerberos ticket
>> maximum renewable lifetime.
>> I found this guide:
>> Unfortunately, only settings that are smaller than the following have an
>> kdc:user ticket lifetime = 24
>> kdc:renewal lifetime = 24
>> There appears to be an upper limit of 24 hours that none of these
>> settings can exceed.
>> Thanks in advance
> You possibly could alter the ticket lifetime, but it would affect every
> kerberos ticket.
That's exactly what I want to do, I want to extend the lifetime of every
kerberos ticket or better the Kerberos ticket maximum renewable
lifetime. How does it work?
> A better idea would be to create users in AD just to run the program and
> then create a script to check if the ticket is valid and run kinit if it
> isn't, though this would also depend on a keytab.
A kinit needs the user's password if the Kerberos ticket maximum
renewable lifetime has been exceeded. This is simply not possible
because users cannot be online for weeks.
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