[Samba] logging lines in krb5.conf
jas at eecs.yorku.ca
Mon Oct 5 20:12:50 UTC 2020
On 10/5/2020 4:05 PM, Jason Keltz via samba wrote:
> On 10/5/2020 2:52 PM, Rowland penny via samba wrote:
>> On 05/10/2020 19:29, Jason Keltz via samba wrote:
>>> On 10/5/2020 12:44 PM, Rowland penny via samba wrote:
>>>> On 05/10/2020 17:27, Jason Keltz via samba wrote:
>>>>> Hi Roland,
>>>>> I'm glad you brought that up. This is a piece of the puzzle I
>>>>> have been very confused with. I'm not using the Samba from
>>>>> CentOS/RHEL, but a custom compiled one (latest 4.11.13). As
>>>>> CentOS uses MIT Kerberos by default, am I not automatically using
>>>>> MIT Krb5 on the server in the mode you describe as "Experimental"?
>>>>> Is Samba re-implenting the Heimdal based Kerberos, or using the
>>>>> system Kerberos? Do I have a choice? And If my system doesn't use
>>>>> Heimdel and only has MIT Krb5 libraries, isn't that what would be
>>>>> used? Here's the ldd on the samba binary...
>>>> It depends on how you actually built Samba, did you pass
>>>> '--with-system-mitkrb5 --with-experimental-mit-ad-dc' to configure ?
>>>> You could try running 'smbd -b | grep HAVE_LIBKADM5SRV_MIT' on the DC
>>> Hi Rowland,
>>> Our auto build system is compiling with this:
>>>> % smbd -b | grep HAVE_LIBKADM5SRV_MIT
>> Strange, do you the OS Samba packages installed as well ?
>> It has been sometime since I tested using MIT as the kdc and you are
>> supposed to pass '--with-system-mitkrb5
>> --with-experimental-mit-ad-dc' to configure, otherwise Heimdal is
>> used. You do not seem to have done this, but your version of smbd
>> seems to have been built with MIT. How did you build Samba ? Was it
>> the standard 'configure' (with options as above), 'make' and 'make
>> install', or do you build packages with a 'spec' file ?
>>> I'd like to believe that the Kerberos implementation with Samba
>>> could run independent of the O/S one, but I suspect that if you have
>>> MIT Kerberos, it's going to compile with that?
>> It is possible to build Samba on Centos using Heimdal (there are a
>> couple of users that supply rpms or instructions on how to do this,
>> but only for Centos 7).
> Hi Rowland,
> I've been looking at the compile trying to figure out how the MIT
> Kerberos option was added in. Right now, I can't figure out why, but
> I will eventually. I compiled using the same options directly from
> the command line, and it builds with embedded Kerberos. Very
> puzzling. However, the truth is, the server has been very stable.
> It's been working with our Windows systems for quite some time, and in
> testing working on Linux systems as well.
> I'd like to understand if it would be possible under CentOS 7 not just
> to run Samba with Heimdal Kerberos - but to run it as an Active
> Directory Domain Controller with Heimdal Kerberos without losing any
> of the functionality that I have now in terms of Windows or Linux
> clients (eg. secure krb5 NFS mounts) that I'm getting because of the
> MIT options compiled into my install. Can you help me to understand
> why, if Samba has its own embedded Heimdal Kerberos that doesn't
> depend on the O/S Kerberos implementation at all, then why is it so
> important for Samba to have an MIT Kerberos implementation? There is
> a whole lot of interest in that from what I can understand, and I just
> want to clearly understand why. From what I thought I understood, you
> could not have an AD-DC on CentOS 7 without those options, but now
> it's not so clear.
Sigh. Too long a day. Looks like I was completely wrong --
/sbin/smbd -b | grep HAVE_LIBK
MY custom compiled smbd:
/xsys/pkg/samba/sbin/smbd -b | grep HAVE_LIBK
So I *believe* this means that we are not using the MIT Kerberos in our
Samba install after all. (yay) Correct?
But the question then is, what exactly are we missing?
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