This was a though one, but here it is at last.
You can test it nicely with the autofs test client. If you have many
mount points in one map (I was operating with 323), you can see that
number of returned entries to the client is random.
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There is a large amount of duplicated code being linked into multiple
SSSD binaries. Instead of statically linking this code throughout the
SSSD, we should instead create private shared libraries for them and
drop this code on the system only once.
The installed size of the Fedora RPMs decreased from 13MB to 5.1MB.
This is definitely a significant gain, both in disk space and memory
usage (since the code will only need to be loaded into memory once).
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