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AIX kerberos principal in pssp environment

Posted on 2004-09-01
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I have an IBM cluster 1600 configured with pssp 3.5, I've just upgraded the CWS from aix51 to aix52, probably I've misconfigured the network the first boot, now the kerberos principal seen by cluster nodes is the externa IP address of the CWS, is ther a simple way to change this ?

When running spauthconfig on cluster nodes I get the following messages:
rshd: 0826-811 The remote user login is not correct.
host: address XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX NOT FOUND
rshd: 0826-811 The remote user login is not correct.

XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX is the external ip address of CWS, not the one on SPlan, this is because I've removed
the line from /etc/hosts.
If the line is uncommented I just get 4 times:
rshd: 0826-811 The remote user login is not correct.

I believe SDR contains wrong informations about CWS, but I really don't know where to look for this info,
any hint ?

thanks.

_tack
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I believe SDR contains wrong informations about CWS, but I really don't know where to look for this info,
any hint ?
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Found this: SDRGetObjects SP

now comes the kerberos part...
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Clusters customize many files in /etc/security/
I've heard of clusters breaking even with ML installs, now you have chance to restore working system from backup and rethink the way you upgrade.
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Gheist,
thanks for the answer, this is what I was trying to avoid, but if it's the only solution I'll do it.

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Even official techies sometimes fail at upgrading ....
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