idra at samba.org
Thu Oct 19 23:15:51 GMT 2006
On Thu, 2006-10-19 at 16:33 -0500, Gerald (Jerry) Carter wrote:
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> simo wrote:
> > Found this while working on the idmap code:
> > In nsswitch/winbindd_async.c
> > in winbindd_dual_sid2gid()
> > line 406
> > There seem to be a very odd call back to sid_to_gid() that I think
> > shouldn't be there (it could even loop if winbindd wasn't dual daemon as
> > sid_to_gid() calls back winbindd_sid_to_uid()).
> > It is probably completely safe to remove it, but I'd like to be 100%
> > sure someone didn't left it there for a reason.
> This is for handling local machine groups and the BUILTIN domain
> IIRC. It shouldn't loop as the _NO_WINBIND environment variable
> is set.
The only other caller that ends up there that's not sid_to_gid() is
Is it just for that?
What is _nss_winbind_sidtogid() used for ?
Seem that nobody calls it.
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