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Re: pam_radius + saslauthd + cyrus imapd



After the :

  pam_radius_auth: Unable to open socket5: Success
  Jun  7 10:22:34 test saslauthd[16217]: pam_radius_auth: Not handling
  blank line: # server[:port] shared_secret      timeout (s)

That looks fine. It means that the first line (a comment) is being seen. After that, you should get a line :

Unable to open socket8: Success

in the logs, as well. What I am looking for is to check after the

  Unable to open socket8: Success
  Unable to open socket10: Success

lines in the output, and THEN you might have :

  test saslauthd[16217]: pam_radius_auth: Not handling
  blank line:

lines. You should have a LOT of these lines if we are in an endless loop and the EOF on the fserver file handle are failing to return truth. It may be OS specific. Perhaps add one more line :

_pam_log(LOG_ERR, "feof(fserver): %d\n", feof(fserver));

Just inside the while loop. Each pass should print the feof output (a couple should return 0, and then you should get non-zero results). If these numbers match, the while loop should fail, and you will get a

Unable to open socketAAA: Success

logged. However, I don't think that is happening. Perhaps a blank line at the end of the /etc/raddb/servers may change how things work. Try it and tell me what happens on that.

Joe

Fatemeh Taj wrote:

First I should say thanks for your continous help. I
did what you said. You are right it has problem with
blanks. Here is the result:


There are same results when /etc/raddb/server is
configured normally and also when I add some blank
lines after IP address.

Jun 7 10:22:34 test saslauthd[16217]: rel_accept_lock
: released accept lock
Jun 7 10:22:34 test saslauthd[16218]: get_accept_lock
: acquired accept lock
Jun 7 10:22:34 test saslauthd[16217]:
pam_radius_auth: Got user name fatemeh
Jun 7 10:22:34 test saslauthd[16217]:
pam_radius_auth: Unable to open socket5: Success Jun 7 10:22:34 test saslauthd[16217]:
pam_radius_auth: Not handling blank line:
# server[:port] shared_secret timeout (s)


Now how I should solve this problem? By the way, why
it does not go furthur to socket10 or socket23 tags ?

Thanks
Fatemeh Taj





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