AW: "Permission denied in replay cache code" with SAP on Linux
c.barbat at osram.de
Mon Feb 21 06:04:40 EST 2005
Hello Mr. Alsop,
Thank you for the reminder, perhaps I'll come back to your offer. But don't rely on this affirmation, as there are other "commercially supported, and SAP AG certified" alternatives to your product. I assume you know your competition.
Best regards and have a nice day,
PS: I don't think MIT Kerberos V is unsupported, this is why these mailing lists are there and you can also get (and look at) the code. I'll let a copy of this message go to the Kerberos mailing list, others could have similar views/opinions and may be interested in your commercial, targeted offer.
Von: Tim Alsop [mailto:Tim.Alsop at CyberSafe.Ltd.UK]
Gesendet: Montag, 21. Februar 2005 11:38
An: Barbat, Calin
Cc: Tim Alsop
Betreff: RE: "Permission denied in replay cache code" with SAP on Linux
One of the disadvantages of using unsupported code, I guess :-) When you
are ready to consider our commercially supported, and SAP AG certified
product please let me know.
From: kerberos-bounces at mit.edu [mailto:kerberos-bounces at mit.edu] On
Behalf Of Barbat, Calin
Sent: 21 February 2005 10:33
To: kerberos at mit.edu
Subject: "Permission denied in replay cache code" with SAP on Linux
after a while of running without problems I get the following trace from
a SAP R/3 dialogue instance:
N File "/usr/local/lib/snckrb5.so" dynamically loaded as SNC-Adapter.
N The Adapter identifies as:
N External SNC-Adapter (Rev 1.0) to Kerberos 5/GSS-API v2
N SncInit(): found snc/identity/as=p:service at DOMAIN.COM
N *** ERROR => SncPAcquireCred()==SNCERR_GSSAPI [sncxxall.c 1216]
N GSS-API(maj): Miscellaneous failure
N GSS-API(min): Permission denied in replay cache code
N Could't acquire ACCEPTING credentials for
N name="p:service at DOMAIN.COM"
N SncInit(): Fatal -- Accepting Credentials not available!
N <<- SncInit()==SNCERR_GSSAPI
N sec_avail = "false"
M ***LOG R19=> ThSncInit, SncInit ( SNC-000004) [thxxsnc.c 219]
M *** ERROR => ThSncInit: SncInit (SNCERR_GSSAPI) [thxxsnc.c 221]
M in_ThErrHandle: 1
M *** ERROR => SncInit (step 1, th_errno 44, action 3) [thxxhead.c
It seems to me that this message is Kerberos-related, has somebody any
useful hint for me?
The main SAP instance is running on Solaris and some dialogue instances
are on Linux.
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