please see attached patch set which contains some refactoring which is
in my opinion quite safe. It doesn't touch the recursive call of
pam_reply() as I think that changing that would be more risky change.
I noticed this bug while working on the SSH fix with
default_domain_suffix. It turns out our filter_users/filter_groups don't
work well in this scenario, which might have effect on the server load
even. Attached are patches that re-initialize negcache with filter_lists
contents after the subdomains are (re)discovered. All patches have
I was reprodicing other bug and it took me some time to find out why I was not
able to resolve user. RID was bigger than range size.
I saw just general message about id mapping failer
[sdap_save_user] (0x0400): Processing user matthewbe
[sdap_save_user] (0x1000): Mapping user [matthewbe] objectSID
[S-1-5-21-2997650941-1802118864-3094776726-200065] to unix ID
[sdap_idmap_sid_to_unix] (0x0080): Could not convert objectSID
[S-1-5-21-2997650941-1802118864-3094776726-200065] to a UNIX ID
Default range size is 200000
[sdap_save_user] (0x0020): Failed to save user [matthewbe]
[sdap_save_users] (0x0040): Failed to store user 0. Ignoring.
Feel free to propose better debug message. I think it would simplify debugging.
Hi guys, I spent some time working at this ticket
https://fedorahosted.org/sssd/ticket/1108 and I think it's finally
ready to be reviewed by others.
Description of the problem and scope of the changes can be found in
the commit message. I also wrote some unit tests but the patch is a
quite long already so I think it would be better to send the tests as
an another patch. Or should I create a patch for each modified file?
Package sssd_220.127.116.11-1 on Debian FTBFS for mips and mipsel.
dyndns_test_ok is failing with following log:
[ RUN ] dyndns_test_ok(Tue Jul 8 15:53:55:004476 2014) [sssd] [be_nsupdate_args] (0x0200): (Tue Jul 8 15:53:55:004521 2014) [sssd] [child_handler_setup] (0x2000): nsupdate auth type: GSS-TSIGSetting up signal handler up for pid (Tue Jul 8 15:53:55:004693 2014) [sssd] [__wrap_execv] (0x0200): nsupdate success test case(Tue Jul 8 15:53:55:004825 2014) [sssd] [__wrap_execv] (0x1000): Child exiting with status 0(Tue Jul 8 15:53:55:005275 2014) [sssd] [child_handler_setup] (0x2000): Signal handler set up for pid (Tue Jul 8 15:54:55:837623 2014) [sssd] [write_pipe_handler] (0x0020): write failed [Broken pipe].(Tue Jul 8 15:54:55:837801 2014) [sssd] [nsupdate_child_stdin_done] (0x1000): Sending nsupdate data complete(Tue Jul 8 15:54:55:837869 2014) [sssd] [nsupdate_child_stdin_done] (0x0040): Sending nsupdate data failed : Broken pipe(Tue Jul 8 15:54:55:837947 2014) [sssd] [be_nsupdate_done] (0x0040): nsupdate child execution failed : Dynamic DNS update failed(Tue Jul 8 15:54:55:837985 2014) [sssd] [dyndns_test_ok] (0x1000): Child request returned : Unknown error 14321582280x555d0014 != 0../src/tests/cmocka/test_dyndns.c:222: error: Failure![ FAILED ] dyndns_test_okChild part has finished before the child handler was created.
I have created and attached a patch which is workaround for this issue.
Could someone please take a look and comment this?
one of our users ran into an interesting problem -- her AD
infrastructure was different from the DNS server. Because by default, we
perform update against the server we're connected to, the DNS update
Per Simo's suggestion, I've implemented a new option that allows the
administrator to override the DNS server used for DNS updates.