Hello Benjamin, and many hanks for looking into this!

Please grab this tar.gz file containing the strace and ltrace logs for kadmin.local,
both for working 1.12.2 and hanging 1.13, both binary builds for 1.12.2 and 1.13,
kdc.conf and krb5.conf:


Please let me know if you might need anything else.

Best regards - Andrei.

On Tue, Nov 18, 2014 at 10:01 PM, Benjamin Kaduk via RT <rt-comment@krbdev.mit.edu> wrote:
[andrei.maslennikov@gmail.com - Tue Nov 18 12:58:36 2014]:

> ..I have attempted to migrate the K5 binaries from 1.12.22 to 1.13 (both
> builds were done on Centos 6.6/x86_64). While the KDC is working correctly
> and I can authenticate, the "kadmind" daemon is failing to start. It is
> simply hanging and eating 100% of CPU.
> As well, when it is invoked, "kadmin.local" goes into the same 100% CPU
> loop at the very start, with a message "Authenticating as principal
> root/admin@.. with password" and does not return the prompt. [Whereas I
> can manually authenticate with "kinit root/admin" without any problem].
> If I roll back to 1.12.2, everything works again like a charm..
> The binaries were built with the vanilla 1.13 source. All the conf and
> db files were left untouched. Stracing does provide no clue. KDC log
> contains no errors. Kadmind log is empty.
> Had anyone observed anything similar migrating to 1.13?

I do not think we have heard of similar issues from other people migrating to 1.13.

The strace log (or even potentially an ltrace log) may be more informative for us than it was for
you; are you interested in providing some sample output (proably use -s 0 to avoid revealing
secret data)?