Tips for finding Knowledge Articles

  • - Enter just a few key words related to your question or problem
  • - Add Key words to refine your search as necessary
  • - Do not use punctuation
  • - Search is not case sensitive
  • - Avoid non-descriptive filler words like "how", "the", "what", etc.
  • - If you do not find what you are looking for the first time,reduce the number of key words you enter and try searching again.
  • - Minimum supported Internet Explorer version is IE9
Home  >
article

KB-9059: What is the difference between the 2 Centrify-SSHD service on Solaris after upgrading Centrify?

Centrify DirectControl ,  

21 August,17 at 08:01 AM


Applies to: Centrify DirectControl Suite 2015 version 5.2.0 or above
 
Question:
What is the difference between the 2 Centrify-SSHD service running on Solaris after upgrading Cenrify from version before Suite 2015 as follow:
 
bash-3.2# svcs -a | grep sshd
legacy_run Jan_30 lrc:/etc/rc3_d/S89centrify-sshd
online 14:51:30 svc:/network/centrify-sshd:default
 
Solution:
Legacy_run mode means that the service is invoked outside of SMF (Default svr control for Solaris).
 
Before Suite 2015 (5.2.x), Centrify do need legacy startup method for Centrify SSHD service. Starting with Suite 2015, Centrify OpenSSH will be installed and set under the control of SMF (Service Management Facility) if it is enabled and running in the Solaris machines. Therefore user can view, set or control the Centrify SSHD service by the SMF tools, such as svcs, svccfg, etc.
 
As a result, the previous Legacy_run Centrify-SSH is leftover at the srv output. To resolve this, please feel free to kill the legacy_run SSHD service as there will not be any affect to end users' experience.


 

Still have questions? Click here to log a technical support case, or collaborate with your peers in Centrify's Online Community.