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On 05/31/2010 11:54 AM, Torsten Spindler wrote:
thanks a lot for your help! Now I see the sssd contacting the ldap
server when running with sssd -i -d5 and it states it sees it. However,
when I do my query with getent passwd <username> I still have the old
behaviour: With network connection it resolves, without network
connection it does not resolve. Any advice on how to debug this further?
Can you check that the query that is returned really comes from the
nss_sss module and not nss_ldap by running "getent passwd -s sss
$username"? You had both ldap and sss specified in your
/etc/nsswitch.conf sent earlier.
The debug output should give us some clue - anything unusual there?
The request for username should appear in the debug output ("Requesting
info for [$username@LDAP]"), then, unless the user is already cached, an
LDAP search is made ("calling ldap_search_ext with [(&(uid=$username).."
- - this message is debug level 6, though).
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