--- Comment #9 from Alexey Tikhonov <atikhono(a)redhat.com> ---
(In reply to Michael Romero from comment #8)
Any change this is going to be addressed? I'm trying to get us
away from an older LDAP environment, but whenever a filesystem goes
read-only, the only account we can get in to investigate with is either the
"root" user via console, or a legacy LDAP user via "SSH". While
FS issues don't happen that often, when they do - it would be GREAT if
authentication could continue to function and not require logging in as root
over console to resolve.
Solving this for logs won't help: sssd need writable /var/lib/sss/ anyway.
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