On 09/27/2011 03:24 AM, Goff, Raal wrote:
> Hi,
> My IPA 2.0 master-slave setup has been working fine up until this week when 
> users started getting problems updating their password due to expiry. Users 
> get the following error when using kpasswd to update their passwords:
> kinit: krb5_get_init_creds: Unable to reach any changepw server  in realm 
> The only error I seem to find in the logs is unhelpful:
> Sep 27 15:16:12 ipa1 kpasswd[2689]: Unsupported version
> Sep 27 15:16:43 ipa1 kpasswd[2692]: Unsupported version
> Additionally, it seems some users can reset their passwords, but the error 
> still appears in the logs, and on the client software:
> Sep 27 15:08:52 ipa1 kpasswd[2630]: Unsupported version
> Sep 27 15:09:23 ipa1 kpasswd[2633]: Unsupported version
> Sep 27 15:09:54 ipa1 kpasswd[2637]: Password change succeeded
> It looks like 'Unsupported version' is a reference to 'krb5_kdb_bad_version: 
> Unsupported version in database entry' in the kerberos software, but I can't 
> find any more information regarding it.
> Has anyone come across this before? Is there any way to recover from it?

Is there anything related to KRB4 around? Can it be that your client is

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Thank you,
Dmitri Pal

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