On Tue, 5 Jan 2016, Andy Airey wrote:
I am getting the same errors in syslog on CentOS 6.7 and 7.1.
When I issue a plain 'klist /etc/krb5.keytab' I get the following:
> klist: Bad format in credentials cache
However 'klist -ke' and the like are working, I was wondering if you are
seeing the same Neil?
Maybe because of this bad format, sssd cannot read it and thus it is an
Maybe we can circumvent this by using some option with msktutil?
That's not in any way broken, surely?
klist -k some.keytab
klist -c some.keycache
The output of kinit is a cache, the contents of a keytab are not.