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14.2 > System > mariadb-plugin-saslauthd (1.5)

This MariaDB plugin authenticates database users against the system
password file /etc/shadow or other authentication mechanisms supported
by saslauthd.

Enable the saslauthd daemon with:

chmod +x /etc/rc.d/rc.saslauthd
/etc/rc.d/rc.saslauthd start

Restart MariaDB after package installation to enable the plugin.

To create a database user which uses saslauthd, use

CREATE USER username@hostname IDENTIFIED WITH saslauthd;

Optionally, a different system user as well as a realm can be specified.
Example:

CREATE USER 'jekyll' IDENTIFIED WITH saslauthd AS 'hyde@EXAMPLE.COM';

saslauthd needs clear text passwords. Secure non-local connections
between your database clients and the server with TLS. See the MariaDB
documentation for more information.

Maintained by: Andreas Voegele
Keywords: mariadb,mysql,authentication,sasl
ChangeLog: mariadb-plugin-saslauthd

Homepage:
https://github.com/voegelas/mariadb-plugin-saslauthd

Source Downloads:
mariadb-plugin-saslauthd-1.5.tar.gz (d713abd87efaea7f8c1f988b00b592ff)

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