On 13.10.2015 14:52, Simo Sorce wrote:
> On 13/10/15 04:04, Petr Spacek wrote:
>> On 13.10.2015 09:34, Martin Babinsky wrote:
>>> On 10/13/2015 09:17 AM, Petr Spacek wrote:
>>>> On 12.10.2015 13:38, Martin Babinsky wrote:
>>>>> each service possessing Kerberos keytab wiil now remove it and destroy any
>>>>> associated credentials cache during its uninstall
>>>> BTW some time ago Simo proposed that we should remove caches and old
>>>> during *install* so problems caused by failing uninstallation will be
>>>> fixed on
>>>> repeated install. This is yet another step towards idempotent installer.
>>>> To me this makes more sense than doing so on uninstall. Does it make sense
>>>> you, too?
>>> If the problem is formulated like this (the endpoint is that services have
>>> their keytabs) then it makes more sense to me. I will rework the patch
>> Adding Simo to Cc, so we can be sure that we understood it properly :-)
>> Simo, does it make sense to do that on installation rather than installation?
> Actually on a server re-install it may make sense to check if the keytab is
> valid and keep it if it is.
> Make sure you do not break promotion by removing the host keytab or keytabs
> that have been legitimately created in the client.
I would expect that keytabs created in client installation should not be
touched/overwritten at all in server install, right?
In other words: ipa-client-install and ipa-replica-promote should be totally
separate tools and do not duplicate functionality.
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