Am Fri, Mar 04, 2022 at 10:35:34PM -0000 schrieb Don Drake:
Our implementation of netgroups has objects that identify groups of
servers, the use the nisnetgrouptriple attribute where users are
assigned without domain or server information. i.e.
'nisnetgrouptriple=(,USERID,)', this is called an administrative
group. Each server has its own netgroup object that uses the
membernisnetgroup attribute to connect the server to an administrative
netgroup. i.e. memberNisNetgroup=admngroup. this has worked for us
for years. we cann find a way in SSSD to implement this. What am i
SSSD should support the netgroup LDAP object as defined in RFC2307(bis).
For the attribute name mapping you can check man sssd-ldap-attributes
section 'NETGROUP ATTRIBUTES'.
To debug the issue I would suggest to add 'debug_level = 9' to the [nss]
and [domain/...] section of sssd.conf, restart SSSD and try to lookup
the affected netgroup again. The debug logs should explain what SSSD is
reading from the LDAP server and might give a hint why it does not
return the expected result. Feel free to send the logs here for further
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