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The attached patch reverts the change I introduced earlier with my patch
The patch is a one-liner but its context is a little more complex - I
actually reached out to Martin Nagy, who wrote much of the original fail
over code to be sure.
The fail over code is not strictly in charge of resolving. Its main
function is to provide a server to connect to for a service.
It is legal, although not currently used, to have a server that has no
name (server->common == NULL). In this case, no resolving should be done
and it is assumed that the failover user, which are the SSSD back ends
in our case, would perform any resolving out of band, perhaps using the
user_data attribute of fo_server structure.
The attached patch would fix the segfault described in #692472 but not
its root cause, which appears to be an issue with the confdb.
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I'd like to start working on following ticket:
Please take a look at the ticket and if you can think of any other attributes
which might use case-insensitive search, add a comment to the ticket.
Thank you very much