On 29/08/13 05:27, Timo Aaltonen wrote:
On 28.08.2013 16:42, Rowland Penny wrote:
> On 28/08/13 14:30, Timo Aaltonen wrote:
>> First time I hear about this. All the update did was fix a path on the
>> apparmor profile, assuming you were running 1.9.4-0ubuntu4.1. And I know
>> nothing about Mint.
>> 903752 has nothing to do with this, it's just a meta-bug about moving
>> sssd in the 'main' repository, making it officially supported and
>> available to the installer and such in the future.
> Hi, all I can say is that about 17:45 GMT yesterday, I allowed a list of
> sssd updates to go ahead, I use Linux Mint 15 but as this is based on
> Ubuntu 13.04 the updates came from Ubuntu. I left it to update and when
> I came back, the screensaver had kicked in and could not get back in. I
> had to power off the machine by pressing and holding the power button.
> When I did get the machine to restart, all the domain users had
> seemingly gone. I finally traced the fault to the fact that sssd had
> crashed, hung, call it what you will, it had a pid but did not shown in
> 'ps ax'. I tried to purge sssd but could not, the terminal just hung and
> in the end I had to power off the computer again. I had to download and
> install 1.10.1 over the already installed sssd packages, force-ably
> power off the machine again and restart. Everything now worked just like
> before the update, ergo it must have been the update that was at fault.
So you didn't try to just reboot the machine first before purging etc?
had to power off the machine by pressing and holding the power button.
When I did get the machine to restart, all the domain users had
Does doing that several times count as rebooting?
I repeat, before the sssd updates my computer worked perfectly, after
the update it did not, only change was the update, or to put it another
way: 17:45 GMT working and update started, 17:55 GMT not working. Now it
could have been something else that went wrong, but the cure was
downloading and installing a later version.