This is Ubuntu TRusty LTS, with nfs-utils-1.2.8 version.
I finally get it working .
Rpc.gssd looks up for HOSTNAME$@ principal for whatever it finds in /etc/hostname;
If I used short name in /etc/hostname, it broke dyndns in SSSD ( in my case
nsupdate send record with "shortname." - didn't work.
SHORTNAME$@ principal with fqdn in /etc/hostname and UPN=host/fqdn@ didn't work as
I am actually waiting for SSSD updates in my distro - we have still 1.11.5;
From: sssd-users-bounces(a)lists.fedorahosted.org [mailto:sssd-users-
bounces(a)lists.fedorahosted.org] On Behalf Of steve
Sent: 26. november 2014 21:45
Subject: Re: [SSSD-users] SSSD-AD: SamAccountName 20 character limit -
What does SSSD do with longer host names?
On 26/11/14 21:09, Longina Przybyszewska wrote:
> Sure. Nfs server needs nfs/ SPN;
> I experienced problem on client with
> SHORTNAME$@ and host/fqdn@ and
> Hostname=fqdn; this combination made NFS server completely daef until
client got FQDN$@ principal.
It works for us and is confirmed by the man page:
Maybe if it's not working for you, then file a bugzilla against your distro?
Not sure whether you are asking for help or just reporting a problem as a
warning for others. If the latter, maybe post your distro too.
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