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Has anyone managed to get hpropd actually working with inetd? When
I start out
and run hprop on the master machine, the database gets transferred,
but if I have an hprop entry in /etc/inetd.conf
krb_prop stream tcp wait root /usr/sbin/hpropd
the database does not get transferred, and this appears in the syslog
on the slave:
Jan 25 15:05:15 inetd: /usr/sbin/hpropd: exit signal 0xd
Jan 25 15:05:16 last message repeated 38 times
Jan 25 15:05:16 inetd: krb_prop/tcp server failing (looping),
signal 13 (0xd) is SIGPIPE, which suggests that either input or output
is trying to be read/written from a pipe unsuccessfully. I do notice
that when I run hpropd manually, it produces the message
hpropd: socket af = 10: Address family not supported by protocol
but the problem persists even if I redirect stdout and stderr in
the inetd.conf file.
I should also mention that I was puzzled that, when I change the
database on the master and run hprop successfully, the slave database
changes too, but the md5sums of the two databases differ.
I am running kdc and hprop and hpropd on Debian sarge; the version is
0.6.3-6 and the architecture is i386.