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On 08/04/2010 04:18 PM, Jeff Schroeder wrote:
[sdap_exop_modify_passwd_done] (5): Server returned no controls.
629 (Thu Aug 5 06:13:40 2010) [sssd[be[LDAP]]]
[sdap_exop_modify_passwd_done] (1): talloc_strdup failed.
This is fine, it has
nothing to do with it, though I've patched the code
so it won't print erroneously anymore.
630 (Thu Aug 5 06:13:40 2010) [sssd[be[LDAP]]]
[sdap_exop_modify_passwd_done] (3): ldap_extended_operation result:
Ok here's the real problem. I know from past dealings that you're
running on a system incapable of processing referrals (using openldap <
2.4.13). The LDAP server is returning a referral when you try to perform
a password change exop here. However, we're also not handling this error
cleanly, so I've fixed that in the patch as well.
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