AFAIK, redirecting credentials is not supported in mod_auth_krb.
I remember listening something that makes it impossible due to way
Linux/UNIX works, but don't take this as something more than a rumor.
Mark Gibson wrote:
> Mark Gibson wrote:
>> Mark Gibson wrote:
>>> I've been trying to Kerberize our Apache and PostgreSQL servers for
>>> our company's web applications.
>> I'VE DONE IT! THE HOLY GRAIL OF WEB/DB APPS! :)
>> All it takes it this line your PHP script:
>> Then pg_connect works :)
> Or, not, as the case may be.
> Well, sometimes it connects and sometimes it doesn't,
> PostgreSQL logs the following error:
> Kerberos recvauth returned error 103
> Any ideas???
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