Comments - Authentication Plugin - PAM

8 years, 8 months ago Troels Arvin

With the MariaDB included with RHEL 7, I could not get it working, unless I called the pam file /etc/pam.d/mysql (and not /etc/pam.d/mariadb).

 
8 years, 7 months ago Sergei Golubchik

You can call it anything you want. But you need to specify the name of the file (in PAM language it's called the service) with the USING clause. By default the mysql file is used. It's explained above, read from “Optionally, you can specify a PAM service name…”

 
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