X-CACHECONF in cache type 0504

Tim Alsop Tim at cybersafe.com
Fri Nov 19 17:18:18 EST 2010


Thankyou for your help. I think I have all I need now.

Take care,

On 19/11/2010 19:45, "Greg Hudson" <ghudson at mit.edu> wrote:

>On Fri, 2010-11-19 at 10:54 -0500, Tim Alsop wrote:
>> Thanks. I guess, what I need to know is, do we need to store our own
>> configuration data with krb5_ccache_conf_data as the name and
>> as the realm ?
>If you want the MIT and Heimdal klist to ignore those entries, yes.  (If
>by "the name" you mean "the first component of the principal".)
>>  It seems that the name krb5_ccache_conf_data is referring
>> to a function name in the MIT/Heimdal code ?
>No, it's just a well-known string.  There's no function by that name.
>>  We do not have a function
>> with this name in our code, and do not plan to add such a function, so
>> we use different name in cache to store configuration data, will this
>> break interoperability ?
>If you used a different first component, it would break interoperability
>in the sense that recent MIT/Heimdal klist would show those config
>entries, and the MIT/Heimdal krb5_cc_get_config/krb5_cc_set_config APIs
>would be unable to operate on your entries.

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