On Fri, Jul 23, 2010 at 10:24 AM, Martin Nagy <mnagy(a)redhat.com> wrote:
this is (hopefully) my last stab at asynchronous ldap bind. I have
tested it on fedora and it seems to work pretty ok, but I haven't tried
it yet with an older openldap where the asynchronous connections aren't
I just tested your patch against an older openldap and it doesn't
work. Is there any chance we can work together to get it fixed? I've
got a pretty sizable sssd install base and wouldn't be able to upgrade
(from the system running sssd) \rm /var/lib/sss/db/cache_LDAP.ldb;
logsave logfile sssd -d 10
(from my client) ssh -l jschroeder servername
On the system running git HEAD vanilla, the login worked fine. When
applying your patch (git apply; git commit -a) and then running make
rpms, the version of sssd did not work.
What can I do to help you fix this?
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