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fakeka - Fake kaserver for AFS clients
fakeka [-dm] [-c cell] [-f forwarder] [-l facility] [-p port] [-r
fakeka is a fake kaserver that speaks just enough of the AFS RX
protocol to make klog work. It is used in conjunction with a Kerberos
V5 KDC to support existing AFS clients, and is usually used with ka-
forwarder. fakeka must run on the same host as your Kerberos V5 KDC,
since it needs access to the KDC database. ka-forwarder should run on
each of your AFS database servers, pointing to your Kerberos V5 KDCs.
fakeka should then be running on each of the KDCs, with the AFS
database servers listed as arguments to the -f option.
Note that principals you wish to use fakeka with must have either a
V4-style key (des:v4) or an AFS-style key (des:afs3). V5 enctypes
The AFS cell for which fakeka will be handling requests. If not
given, this defaults to the same as the Kerberos V5 realm (see
-d Enables debugging. When this flag is given, fakeka will run in
the foreground and print debugging information to standard
error. Overrides -m.
Allows forwarded requests from forwarder, which is generally an
AFS database server running ka-forwarder. This option can be
given multiple times (up to 10). Each system running ka-
forwarder should be specified with the -f flag or forwarded
requests from that host will not be answered. (The forwarders
append their own address to the packet.
Log actions via syslog with the given facility rather than the
default of LOG_DAEMON. facility must be one of KERN, USER,
MAIL, DAEMON, AUTH, LPR, NEWS, UUCP, CRON, LOCAL0, LOCAL1,
LOCAL2, LOCAL3, LOCAL4, LOCAL5, LOCAL6, or LOCAL7. This option
is case-sensitive. Not all of these facilities may be
available, depending on what pre-defined syslog facilities your
-m Fork and background when starting. You will usually always want
to give this flag.
Listen on the specified port rather than the default of 7004
(which is what klog expects). port may be a number or a service
name from /etc/services.
The Kerberos V5 realm to which the requests are being
translated. The default is the local default realm.
Handle requests for a local cell whose name matches the local realm,
accepting forwarded queries from afs1.example.com and afs2.example.com:
fakeka -m -f afs1.example.com -f afs2.example.com
If the cell name doesn’t match the realm name, -c would need to be
added, specifying the cell name.