IDMAP LDAP Backend for 3.0 release
idra at samba.org
Thu Apr 24 20:00:34 GMT 2003
You should use the current idmap interface, I'm planning to move the
winbind one too, so that the same modules can be loaded by both (that
way we use the same code for the tdb backend.
On Thu, 2003-04-24 at 17:57, Anthony Liguori wrote:
> I wanted to start a discussion re: how/if an IDMAP LDAP backend should
> go into 3.0.
> Having two seperate backend logics between winbind and the new idmap
> code seems like a bad idea. If the new idmap code is going to make it
> into 3.0, I could port the ldap backend to the idmap code.
> If not, I think it would be a good idea at least to use the same
> parameters that idmap is going to use to avoid introducing more
> unneeded parameters.
> I agree that an LDAP IDMAP backend isn't the best long term solution
> (particularily if untrusted clients are to be using winbind) but for
> the senario where only servers or trusted clients are interested in ID
> mapping, it seems to be a solution to the problem.
> What's the general consensis?
> Anthony Liguori
> Linux/Active Directory Interoperability
> Linux Technology Center (LTC) - IBM Austin
> E-mail: aliguor at us.ibm.com
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