On Thu, Dec 23, 2010 at 4:02 PM, GOLLSCHEWSKY, Tim <Tim.GOLLSCHEWSKY@suncorp.com.au> wrote:
Hi Stephen,

> On 12/22/2010 07:25 PM, GOLLSCHEWSKY, Tim wrote:
> > Hi Sumit,
> >
> > Thanks for your response.
> >
> >> On Tue, Dec 21, 2010 at 04:02:14PM +1000, GOLLSCHEWSKY, Tim wrote:
> >>> Hi all.
> >>>
> >>> I'm running sssd on RHEL6 and seem to have a problem seeing secondary/auxiliary groups for logged in users.
> > [snip]
> >>>
> >>> Could it be because our AD has many more than 1000 users and 1000 groups?  If so, if there any way to increase this limit?
> >>
> >> AD only sends 1000 entries at a time. This is called paging and we plan
> >> to support paging with sssd 1.6 (see trac ticket #658). With this large
> >> amount of users and groups I would recommend to set 'enumerate = false',
> >> because for most of the typical uses cases this should be sufficient.
> >
> > OK, I've done some more testing and I believe I've found the issue.
> >
> > My original testing was on RHEL6, which currently ships with v1.2.1 of sssd.  This version doesn't show the aux groups no matter what I do with "enumerate" or if I restrict my ldap_group_search_base to a filter than returns less than 1000 groups.
> >
> > The way I got things to work was by downloading the stock RHEL6 SRPM and rebuilding it with sssd v1.2.2.  So I guess somewhere in v1.2.1 -> v1.2.2 there was a patch to fix the auxillary group search in LDAP.
> >
> > Note, this works now whether "enumerate" is set to true or false.
> >
> > Looks like I have to wait until RHEL6 supports sssd v1.2.2 or higher before we can migrate our server fleet to RHEL6.
> >
> What version of the SSSD package are you using in RHEL6?
> sssd-1.2.1-28.el6_0.4 should contain all fixes from 1.2.2 backported.
> Specifically, the group fixes should have been pulled into
> sssd-1.2.1-28.el6_0.1

That's the version I was running previously.  I've just removed my v1.2.2 RPMs and reinstalled the stock ones:

 [u333890@jbsrd999m3 ~]$ rpm -q sssd
 [u333890@jbsrd999m3 ~]$ groups

Now reinstalling my v1.2.2 RPMs:

 [u333890@jbsrd999m3 ~]$ rpm -q sssd
 [u333890@jbsrd999m3 ~]$ groups
 sysadm unixdef dpl0002 dpl0003 dtmrp edc0001 edc0002 sasat sasap midrange midora middb2 cifrp cifrd cdirt cdirp agtrp pdirp jbsrp gbsrd dbprd edcrp jbsrd edcrd dtmrd gwrrp voirp apard estrd estrp pcmat pc4rd middlemr insrp mybrd viprp fesrp fesrd ofaat fsprd dplrp pijrd sdsrd etlat etlap iswat iswap gwrrd svnrd dbcat dbcap wmbad secru secrp optap giprp jirrp sybad sybap hudrp iswau svnrp fshrp trmst oggap rmbad iswad idmat pbirp pbird pbirt rmbat tm1ad tm1at tm1ap aairp pdiri pdird ecord ecorp abcrd nexrp esvrp xyzrd jpprd xxxrp abcrp prfrd tabrp aimrd aimrp

Thanks and regards,


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Just curious on this--Does AD use rfc2307 or rfc2307bis group definitions?


Brett Zimmerman