Since libvirtd ignores the keytab-setting in
/etc/sasl2/libvirtd.conf there is an environment variable set:
This again on both hosts. libvirtd must be started with "--listen"
to make ist respect the settings in /etc/libvirt/libvirt.conf. This
is done on both hosts too.
Both hosts are in known in dns and names resolve to given addresses
as addresses resolv to given hostnames. Now I get a ticket for my
user (kinit username) and start virt-manager. All OK
Hosts are defined within virt-manager config with
Now to host 2:
all OK logged in without any further question.
Any idea, why this works on one host, but not on the other? I can,
on both hosts, log in with "ssh -K -X -l username srv?.example.com"
no problem at all. Only libvirtd allows it on one host, on the other
it does not.