On Tue, Nov 13, 2012 at 03:40:14PM +0000, Longina Przybyszewska wrote:
[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Jakub Hrozek
Sent: 13. november 2012 14:58
Subject: Re: [SSSD-users] problems sssd-1.9.2
On Tue, Nov 13, 2012 at 12:44:45PM +0000, Longina Przybyszewska wrote:
> I try sssd-1.9.2 on Ubuntu-Quantal with ad-provider.
> So far I can login to the desktop with AD identity; Login hangs a bit
> because of unknown group;
> What is the best practice to resolve the group (set up
> PrimaryGroupId, run idmap????)
Sorry, I don't quite understand this problem...are you seeing a particular group GID
not being converted from SID?
Or are you seeing failures due to the SSSD attempting to convert any of the
"local" groups such as "Domain Users" ?
I see messages about groups - why so many at one aduser login?
Groups: cannot find name for group ID 332400513
Groups: cannot find name for group ID 988022561
Groups: cannot find name for group ID 988803222
Groups: cannot find name for group ID .....
....and tens more...
OK, I suspect you are hitting
which was resolved
recently as well.
> The option 'default_shell = /bin/bash' in sssd.conf doesn't seem to
> have effect.
> I would expect it being visible In users info:
Into which section in the SSSD did you put the default_shell option? In
1.9.2 it was only supported in the [nss] section, we changed the option to also take
effect in the domain section during 1.9.3 development.
OK - I put it into [domain]
Right, in 1.9.2 it only works in the [nss] section. It's going to also
work from the [domain] section in 1.9.3
> getent passwd imadatestuser
> imadatestuser:*:332410389:332400513:IMADAtest Testesen:/home/imadatestuser:
> In pam.d/common-session I added entry for case of nonexistent homedir
> reference, and shell - so ADuser can login.
Do your users have any home directory at all? Could you maybe use the fallback_homedir or
Yes, I do use fallback_homedir in [domain] section and that works.
Linux users have homedirs on NFSserver - auto.home maps are in NIS format.
You might also be interested in the automounter integration, although
I'm not sure that piece of functionality had been backported to Ubuntu
yet. The Ubuntu automounter maintainer would know best.
Your SSSD is really great piece of software - so elegant concept ! I
We are really glad to hear this, thank you!