btw I think it would be prudent for Ubuntu to include 'sss' by default
as well. There's very little downside to it even if sssd is not running
(if the answer is not found in nss_files or if all databases are to be
consulted, nss_sss tries to open a socket towards sssd, fails) and
RHEL has been doing that since RHEL-7 at least, IIRC even since some
later RHEL-6 releases.
btw here is a RHEL bug (open since 2004..) that asks for libc to implement
unfortunately it doesn't link to the glibc upstream bugzilla. But I
completely trust the glibc developers that this is non-trivial.
On Thu, Aug 29, 2019 at 01:43:07PM +0000, Charles Hedrick wrote:
Cute. I wondered why the problem didn’t happen on Centos. That
explains it, but wasn’t at all the explanation I was expecting.
On Aug 26, 2019, at 9:41 AM, Jakub Hrozek
Fedora/RHEL includes 'sss' in nsswitch.conf by default precisely for
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