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On 09/15/2010 03:19 PM, Petter Reinholdtsen wrote:
I tested with 1.2.3, and the login was quick, but only the primary
group was fetched from LDAP. None of the other groups showed up with
'id' after I logged in with a clean cache (reinstalled machine). Not
quite sure if that was the intended behaviour, but it is unwanted for
us that want to use sssd with NFS. :)
I have yet to test 1.3.x to see if this new problem also exist there.
Yeah, I made a mistake when I wrote that speedup and forgot to account
for creating dummy entries for groups that don't currently exist on the
The idea is that, instead of doing a slow recursive lookup of all groups
and members of those groups like we used to, we just looked at what
groups this user belongs to and manually added just that entry as a
member of the group on the local cache.
I just completely forgot to account for the case where that user's
groups hadn't already been cached on the system in some fashion (I
forgot to test from a clean cache situation).
Jakub is fixing my mistake as we speak. Expect a patch within a few days.
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