X-CACHECONF in cache type 0504

Tim Alsop Tim at cybersafe.com
Fri Nov 19 11:09:17 EST 2010

I am also trying to find out where the format of these configuration
entries is documented, if anywhere ?
For example, I see "fast_avail" in the entry issued by MS AD in our tests.
I assume this means that the realm supports FAST. Are there any other
values, such as fast_not_avail ?


On 19/11/2010 16:03, "Tim Alsop" <Tim at CyberSafe.com> wrote:

>So, is this name/realm specific to configuration data for FAST ? What
>happens if a vendor wants to store configuration data for some other
>reason, and not for FAST reasons ? Do they use different name/realm ?
>On 19/11/2010 16:00, "Greg Hudson" <ghudson at mit.edu> wrote:
>>On Fri, 2010-11-19 at 10:49 -0500, Sam Hartman wrote:
>>> Well, the patch was submitted to us by one of the Heimdal developers,
>>> it is quite possible they will do something (or have done something)
>>> compatible.
>>And in fact, looking at their code:
>>commit 21af504e8a8bcdded12c88c2e5ff4bef418313f2
>>Author: Love Hörnquist Åstrand <lha at kth.se>
>>Date:   Sat Jul 26 18:25:23 2008 +0000
>>    Add krb5_cc_[gs]et_config.
>>(Initially Heimdal used the realm name of the ccache's default
>>principal, but then it changed to use the X-CACHECONF: realm as in our

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