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Using the PAM authentication plugin
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The procedure for using the PAM authentication plugin as documented doesn't work flawlessly on Ubuntu.

So here is how it works on Ubuntu (and probably also on other Debian based systems).

Please note that the PAM authentication plugin is an enterprise feature.

1. Make sure the plugin is loaded

This can be done by adding the following to the mysqld section of my.cnf (Don't forget to restart). You could also use INSTALL PLUGIN to load it without restart.









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Announcing new features in MariaDB
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We have lately been talking about some upcoming features that we feel are important to MariaDB users, because the corresponding ones that will be provided with MySQL will be incompatible with MariaDB and closed source.

We’re happy to announce the following:

  • The next version of MariaDB, version 5.2.10 will include an open source PAM Authentication Plugin. MariaDB 5.2.10 is scheduled for release next week.
  • A Windows Authentication Plugin is in development and QA currently and will be part of MariaDB 5.2.11, which is scheduled for …
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Centralized Login Management Comes to MySQL: Introducing PAM and Windows Authentication Support
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You probably remember the world of new possibilities introduced to MySQL 5.5. If you do, you probably would agree that no API is useful by itself.

This is why you need authentication plugins that fit the largest possible number of authentication setups.

I can only guess what these authentication solutions look like for your server. But chances are that your OS has a pretty good idea on how best to authenticate users in it. This is why we've decided to hook MySQL to the two most widely used OS authentication APIs : …

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Centralized Login Management Comes to MySQL: Introducing PAM and Windows Authentication Support
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You probably remember the world of new possibilities introduced to MySQL 5.5. If you do, you probably would agree that no API is useful by itself.

This is why you need authentication plugins that fit the largest possible number of authentication setups.

I can only guess what these authentication solutions look like for your server. But chances are that your OS has a pretty good idea on how best to authenticate users in it. This is why we've decided to hook MySQL to the two most widely used OS authentication APIs …

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