On Thu, Oct 22, 2015 at 11:15:26AM +0200, Alexander 'Leo' Bergolth wrote:
I am using the AD provider to connect to a domain which is a member of a
Unfortunately the forest root is not reachable due to firewall rules
which I cannot control.
To prevent forest lookup timeouts, I followed the advice in the
troubleshooting HOWTO and set "subdomains_provider=none". Besides I had
to explicitly specify an ad_server.
However, as soon as I add "subdomains_provider=none", sssd doesn't know
the SID of the configured domain anymore. Lookups return "Domain not
found for SID <owndomainsid>"
Do you have any hints?
This is a known issue:
For now you can set the domain SID manually with
I am using sssd-1.13.1.
Well, with this version, is there a reason to disable the subdomains?
Since we fixed https://fedorahosted.org/sssd/ticket/2637
be required anymore..
I see some server timeouts with the default logs..but are these really
fatal? It seems that id -G still works, right?