No credentials cache file found while validating credentials

04-Sep-2019 07:35 by 2 Comments

No credentials cache file found while validating credentials

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I've seen this caused by the host's key not being in the keytab file (/etc/krb5.keytab).

LOCAL SASL SSF: 56 SASL data security layer installed.

[[email protected] ~]# kadmin -p admin Authenticating as principal admin with password. DOMAIN: kadmin: list_principals get_principals: Operation requires ``list'' privilege while retrieving list.

A 'uname -n' returns the first 8 characters of the name, where a 'hostname' will return the full hostname.

What needs to be done is to add the 8 character name to the /etc/hosts file (just tack it on to the end of the current IP address/hostname line).

This error can be caused when you have a different login name on the local machine as compared to the machine you are loging into.

To log in in these situation you need to specify your login name on the target machine with the telnet -l myncsausername modi4I have also seen this problem occur when a user creates a .k5login file in his home directory and does not add his own principal in the file.Cause: The password that you specified is in a password dictionary that is being used. Solution: Choose a password that has a mix of password classes.Cause: The system's replay cache could not be opened.Cause: The request has already been sent to this server and processed.The tickets might have been stolen, and someone else is trying to reuse the tickets.That information, along with your comments, will be governed by DISQUS’ privacy policy.

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