To me, what was most helpful in the old documentation was the architectural
discussions embedded in the enhancement requests. When the requests were
use of short names in non-local domains
auto-discovery of trusted domains
For instance, until I read that discussion I was unaware that if you turned
off auto-discovery and explicitly defined each child domain, that sssd
would no longer contact the global catalog (GC) and thus, full membership
in universal groups was not found. Only if you turned on auto-discovery
did the sssd code query the GC. this is not intuitive, so having that
documentation was a great help.
Another example is the discussion of that better discovery algorithm for AD
DCs. It came out in a recent sssd release, maybe in the last 6-9 months.
But I can't find that algorithm discussion now.
On Wed, May 12, 2021 at 7:15 AM Pavel Březina <pbrezina(a)redhat.com> wrote:
Dear SSSD community,
we have recently introduced new SSSD project web page at
. We would like to keep adding new content, we have
plenty of ideas but we would also like to get some tips from you:
What articles would you like to see on the page? What knowledge gaps are
hard to fill with existing documentation? Feel free to suggest both user
and developer facing content.
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