Todd Kover <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
>> Why is this necessary?

> It's largely useful in combination with restricting the interfaces
> listened to via the listen_addresses directive in the config file.  As
> the code works now you can only connect via kerberos with a service
> principal derived from the hostname of the box rather than any dns name
> associated with any of the box's interfaces.

Hmm.  I guess I was confusing this with the --with-krb-srvnam configure
directive, and expecting that it ought to convert that from a
frozen-at-configure value into a run-time-configuration variable.
What is the relationship of these two values, anyway?

The documentation additions are pretty poor in both proposed patches;
they do nothing to clear up any confusion.

                        regards, tom lane

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