Sean Chittenden wrote:
> > > auth.c: In function `pg_krb5_recvauth':
> > > auth.c:294: structure has no member named `user'
> > 
> > Ooops, my fault --- I didn't build with Kerberos support after
> > changing those field names.
> > 
> > Now that I think about it, there might be similar omissions in the
> > PAM or Kerberos4 support --- can anyone try those?
> krb4 code should be removed from PostgreSQL ASAP for various
> insecurities in the protocol.  It's been removed from FreeBSD, MIT,
> and Heimdal's code base and is officially unsupported as of June this
> year.  -sc

Did we decide we _didn't_ want to remove krb4?  Removal seems like a
good idea to me, but I am just checking if the consensus was to keep it.
I think someone said it was OK in a closed environment or something. 
Maybe we need to document that it is not recommended.

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