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From Albert Chin <serf-...@mlists.thewrittenword.com>
Subject Re: svn 1.8.15 + serf on Solaris 9/10 + httpd 2.2.27 + kerberos
Date Thu, 31 Dec 2015 18:55:33 GMT
On Thu, Dec 31, 2015 at 08:22:12AM -0600, Albert Chin wrote:
> [[ snip snip ]]
> 
> With verbose logging enabled in serf-1.3.8 (CONN_VERBOSE=1
> AUTH_VERBOSE=1 in serf_private.h), I see the following:
>   (Solaris 11/SPARC, working)
> [2015-12-31T09:54:58.607054+00] outgoing.c: created connection 0xd9f38
> [2015-12-31T09:54:58.615186+00] [l:10.191.57.128:36956 r:10.191.57.117:80] auth/auth.c:
Server authz required. Response header(s): Negotiate,Negotiate
> [2015-12-31T09:54:58.615282+00] [l:10.191.57.128:36956 r:10.191.57.117:80] auth/auth.c:
Client supports: Negotiate
> [2015-12-31T09:54:58.615330+00] [l:10.191.57.128:36956 r:10.191.57.117:80] auth/auth.c:
... matched: Negotiate
> [2015-12-31T09:54:58.615384+00] [l:10.191.57.128:36956 r:10.191.57.117:80] outgoing.c:
Limit max. nr. of outstanding requests for this connection to 1.
> [2015-12-31T09:54:58.615430+00] [l:10.191.57.128:36956 r:10.191.57.117:80] auth/auth_spnego.c:
Initialized Kerberos context for this connection.
> [2015-12-31T09:54:58.615486+00] [l:10.191.57.128:36956 r:10.191.57.117:80] auth/auth_spnego_gss.c:
Get principal for HTTP@shu.il.thewrittenword.com

gss_init_sec_context() on Solaris 11 and RHEL 6 returns 1 whereas on
Solaris 10 it returns 0. However, gss_init_sec_context() in
subversion+neon on Solaris 10 returns 1. No idea why the behavior is
different but I think this is the cause.

-- 
albert chin (china@thewrittenword.com)

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