Magnus Hagander píše v čt 25. 02. 2010 v 15:17 +0100:
> On Thu, Feb 25, 2010 at 15:04, Zdenek Kotala <Zdenek(dot)Kotala(at)sun(dot)com> wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > I got following stack:
> > fffffd7ffed14b70 strlen () + 40
> > fffffd7ffed71665 snprintf () + e5
> > fffffd7fff36d088 pg_GSS_startup () + 88
> > fffffd7fff36d43a pg_fe_sendauth () + 15a
> > fffffd7fff36e557 PQconnectPoll () + 3b7
> > fffffd7fff36e152 connectDBComplete () + a2
> > fffffd7fff36dc32 PQsetdbLogin () + 1b2
> > 000000000041e96d main () + 30d
> > 000000000041302c ???????? ()
> > It seems that connection is not fully configured and krbsrvname or pghost is
> > not filled. Following code in fe-auth.c pg_GSS_startup() causes a crash:
> > 440 maxlen = NI_MAXHOST + strlen(conn->krbsrvname) + 2;
> > 441 temp_gbuf.value = (char *) malloc(maxlen);
> > 442 snprintf(temp_gbuf.value, maxlen, "%s(at)%s",
> > 443 conn->krbsrvname, conn->pghost);
> > 444 temp_gbuf.length = strlen(temp_gbuf.value);
> > And following code in fe-connect.c fillPGconn() fill NULL value.
> > 571 tmp = conninfo_getval(connOptions, "krbsrvname");
> > 572 conn->krbsrvname = tmp ? strdup(tmp) : NULL;
> > I think that pg_GSS_startup should sanity the input.
> How did you get NULL in there? :-)
> There's a default set for that one that's PG_KRB_SRVNAM, so it really
> should never come out as NULL, I think...
Yeah, you are right. conn->krbsrvname is "postgres" and conn->pghost is
> As for pghost, that certainly seems to be a bug. We check that one in
> krb5 and SSPI, but for some reason we seem to be missing it in GSSAPI.
Yes. The check should be in GSSAPI too.
However what I see in pg_hba.conf is following line:
local all all gss
Gss is used on local unix socket which probably cause a problem that
conn->pghost is not filled when psql tries to connect.
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