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Kerberos: kvno (key version number) Discrepancy Seen In Server Traces (Doc ID 1294882.1)

Last updated on MAY 01, 2019

Applies to:

Advanced Networking Option - Version to [Release 11.1 to 11.2]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Checked for relevance on 31-May-2013


 - Kerberos connections are failing with ORA-12631: Username retrieval failed.
 - Level 16 server traces show a discrepancy between keytab and kdc kvno's (key version number).

nauk5y2_kt_get_entry: Searching for keytype=23, kvno=12; Current keytype=23, kvno=11  <==
nauk5fq_free_principal: entry
nauk5fq_free_principal: exit
snauk5t_close_file: entry
snauk5k_lock_file: entry
snauk5k_lock_file: Resetting lock.
snauk5k_lock_file: exit
snauk5t_close_file: exit
nauk5fq_free_principal: entry
nauk5fq_free_principal: exit
nauk5y2_kt_get_entry: Returning 114: Key table entry not found   <==



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