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On 09/29/2010 07:24 AM, Jan Zelený wrote:
Jan Zelený <jzeleny(a)redhat.com> wrote:
> Jan Zelený <jzeleny(a)redhat.com> wrote:
>> Based on Jakub's proof-of-concept patch I prepared a patch which handles
>> this option replacement. As it was discussed on the meeting couple weeks
>> back, I didn't modify the update script (I hope I remember this
>> requirement modification right) and in case both krb5_kdcip and
>> krb5_server options are in the config file, the latter one has bigger
> Sorry, wrong patch. Will send the most recent version later today.
Here it is.
You can't remove krb5_kdcip from SSSDConfig API. It will break existing
configurations if they run it through authconfig. (SSSDConfig API will
throw an exception on the unknown value).
If I'm reading this right, a user is going to see the deprecation error
message if they have neither krb5_kdcip nor krb5_server specified. This
is a bug, since if neither is specified, we use service discovery.
confdb_get_string will return EOK and set krb5_servers to NULL if
krb5_kdcip is not found. You should handle this case accordingly.
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