[SSSD-users] recommended sssd version

Daniel Jung mimianddaniel at gmail.com
Tue May 20 05:59:13 UTC 2014

Thanks for the info guys. With PCI compliance issue, I would try to 
stick with what's avail from offiicial RHEL first.
Can someone from the list share their experience with SSSD with SRV 
records? timeout issue/failover/offline auth are things I am interested 
in hearing. Any caveats or issues they had experienced in the past? I 
did notice there are few bugs that were fixed in the latter version of 
SSSD related to SRV implementation which is the reason, I was somewhat 
hesitant to use old package.

Thanks again guys.

On 2014-05-19 10:44 PM, Lukas Slebodnik wrote:
> On (19/05/14 20:29), Dmitri Pal wrote:
>> On 05/19/2014 07:20 PM, Daniel Jung wrote:
>>> hi,
>>> we run various centos releases from 5.4 to 6.5.  some of the early os
>>> releases packages from rhel is pretty old, older than LTM by looks of it.
>>> what would be general rule of thumb for the sssd version? run two separate
>>> latest custom version per 5 and 6?  my main focus with sssd would be to
>>> ensure ldap connectivty via SRV + off auth while ldap is not available.
>>> Not sure when SRV support was introduced and how stable it is.  your
>>> feedback is much appreciates.
>>> thanks
>> Latest SSSD in RHEL5 is 1.5 and will do for your use case.
>> Using latest available SSSD that comes with corresponding RHEL6 version is
>> recommended.
> Stephen Gallagher prepared yum repository with sssd-1.9
> https://copr.fedoraproject.org/coprs/sgallagh/sssd-1.9-rhel5/
> If you have a problem with default version from centos 5.x
> it might be choice. It is unofficial repository and is based on upstream
> sssd 1.9
> LS
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