pod(at)herald(dot)ox(dot)ac(dot)uk (pod) writes:
> "TL" == Tom Lane <tgl(at)sss(dot)pgh(dot)pa(dot)us> writes:
> TL> VirtualHost is long gone, so this patch is of little help anyway.
> A brief scan of src/backend/libpq/auth.c 1.127 make me think it will
> behave similarly to my patched 7.4.7 when krb_server_hostname is specified
> in the config file.
> I'd have to actually test multiple listen_addresses and krb5_recvauth()
> behaviour when the pg_krb5_server krb5_principal is NULL. I have a
> horrible suspicion that this used to be broken in MIT krb5 but may not be
> now. In any case, again, it's not your concern.
Well, actually, the subtext of my question is that we now support what's
effectively multiple VirtualHosts (see the listen_addresses parameter),
and I was wondering if that means that krb_server_hostname needs to have
an entry per listen_address in order to respond to the problem you see.
regards, tom lane
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