kadmin.local works but kadmin doesn't. kpasswd 'insufficient access to lock data base'

Ken Raeburn raeburn at MIT.EDU
Tue Jun 13 03:00:20 EDT 2006

On Jun 12, 2006, at 16:03, bohongdxl at gmail.com wrote:
> The whole problem is solved. Man page for 'kerberos_selinux'
> essentailly says that selinux protection for krb5kdc and kadmind needs
> to be turned off using the following commands:

How odd.  I don't know anything about selinux, but I find it pretty  
strange that it wouldn't let you run two services that need to share  
a database in read-write mode...


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