MEMORY keytabs - how should they be destroyed?

Jeffrey Altman jaltman at
Tue Jan 23 13:34:23 EST 2007

Sam Hartman wrote:
> Assuming that you want memory keytabs to be resolved using the normal
> mechanism, the approach you describe seems fine.  Another approach is
> to have a krb5_kt_new_memory function that returns a handle to a new
> memory keytab which is destroyed on close.
> The Heimdal semantic doesn't seem all that bad to me.
> --Sam
Love believes that krb5_kt_destroy should be added.  Would you agree to
that change?
If so, I will try to add it tomorrow.

Jeffrey Altman
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