Summary of standard Kerberos service names
Henry B. Hotz
hotz at jpl.nasa.gov
Sat Feb 28 18:07:12 EST 2004
First of all AFAICT the *only* service name that requires translation
between K4 and K5 is rcmd/host. True?
Second, not all of the service names listed take a machine DNS entry
as an instance. The ones that do are:
Third, the service names that don't take a machine for the instance are:
Looking at our old, crufty kaserver database I find the following
list of unique principals that have some non-null instance value:
afpserver Apple File Share server (AFS protocol translator)
apfserver Mis-spelled afpserver
darkstar JPL-written file indexing utility
eis-fil-afspt04 Another goof probably, instance is pcimac
kpop Is this a real variation of pop?
pcimac ? (not a mistake)
pcisrv ? (not a mistake)
Anything we're missing here?
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Henry.B.Hotz at jpl.nasa.gov, or hbhotz at oxy.edu
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