Title: #128: Fix group renaming issue when "id_provider = ldap" is set
On Wed, Oct 4, 2017 at 3:05 PM, lslebodn <notifications(a)github.com> wrote:
Just for the record, the issues mentioned by @lslebodn
were reported recently and I really would
prefer to treat them as not part of this PR (if necessary).
That is wrong preference because after renaming groups there might be two
different entries in memory cache with the same UID/GID but with different
name. And that is a problem. And must be fixed as part of
Okay, then. But differently from the other times I'll wait a few weeks
before touching this PR again so if something else comes to someone mind
I'll do everything at once (and not split in a several requests over a
hmm, perhaps we could also forcibly drop the contents of memory cache
we do with the back end to nss back channel when the groups are renamed?
Did you mean with the back end to nss back channel when authentication
Although with the renaming we should not end up with duplicate entries
Are you sure? Because sysdb will not contain duplicate entries but memory
cache might have.
Unless you will be lucky and 1st entry before renaming is already expired
in memory cache.
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